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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Columbia Spectator VOL. XL!V., NO. 5 NEW YORK CITY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1900 PRICE 5 CENTS Columbia Spectator. PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK. THROUGHOUT THE COLLEGE YEAR. MANAGING EDITORS. JULIAN COLLIER HARRISON, 1901, Editor-in-Chief. M. HARTLEY DODGE, 1903, Business Manager J. B. Smith, Jr., 1901, S. W. Bowne, 1901, W. R. Quinn, Sp., A. B. A. Bradley, 1902. ASSOCIATE EDITORS. H. D. Bulkley, 1901, R. C. Gaige, 1903, K. K. Lorenz, 1901, B. Lefferts, 1903, W. B. Shoemaker, 1902, F. T. Bogue, 1903, J. H. Heroy, 1902, P. V. Raisbeck, 1903, C. G. Meelcs, 1902, C. W. Osborn, 1903, C. Tombo, 1902, S., C. L. Hendrickson, 1903J. G. Hopkins, 1902. E. J. Harrison, 1903. Subscriptions—One Year, $2.00. Payable Strictly in Advance. Advertisements Rates on application. The publishers reserve the right to reject undesirable advertising. Address all communications to COLUMBIA SPECTATOR, Columbia University, New York. Entered at the New York P. O. as Second-class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1900.
HARVARD WINS A Disappointing Game Lost by the Score of 24 – 0 — Frequent Fumbling and Rough Work Mars the Play [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
HARVARD WINS A Disappointing Game Lost by the Score of 24 - 0 — Frequent Fumbling and Rough Work Mars the Play The entrance to the Big Four seems to be closed to Columbia for another year at least. On Saturday Harvard rolled up a total of 24 points, which just doubles the score made by her against either Williams or Bowdoin. This is due in part to the fact that Harvard had anticipated finding in Columbia a worthy opponent and had marshaled her strongest combination in the field. Columbia's work was disappointing in every respect. Costly fumbles were frequent and lack of team play was glaringly conspicuous. Weekes as a punter was a decided failure. He fumbled several times in emergencies, while when he did kick he rarely made more than 20 yards. He was, however, seriously handicapped by the inaccuracy of Williams' passing. Harvard's line was very firm, and only in the last few minutes of play was Columbia able to gain materially. On the other hand, Ellis, Kendall and Sawin tore throu...
Kings Crown Council [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Kings Crown Council The Kings Crown Council held its first meeting" this year Friday afternoon in Prof. Woodbury's office. President Mitchell announced the appointment of the following committees: Ways and Means, Durham, 'Ol, chairman; J. B. Smith, Jr., '01; Buddington, 'O2; Gerster, 'O2; and Davis, 03. Library Committee Wilson, 02, chairman; Rosenthal, '01; Allan, "oi; Huntting, 02; and Bradley, 'O2. Room Committee—Dan ton, 'O2, chairman ; Eltman, '01; Baxter, '01; Plopkins, 'O2; and Meeks, 'O2. String Committee—Prof. Wooberry, chairman; J. B. Smith, Jr., 'Ol, and Hunt, 'O2. Stratford, Heroy, Langs and Ford were elected members of the crown from the junior class, and Dodge, Agate,- Stewes and Davis from the sophomore class. The first literary meeting of the society will be held in about two weeks, which is as soon as arrangements can be made. The University Library has loaned the Crown about thirty duplicate volumes, which will be placed on the shelves in the Crown Room. The class ...
I. C. A. A. A. A. MEETING Executive and Advisory Committee Heet —New Records Formally Approved —Treasurer's Report Read – New Rules Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
I. C. A. A. A. A. MEETING Executive and Advisory Committee Heet —New Records Formally Approved —Treasurer's Report Read - New Rules Discussed The Executive and Advisory Committees of the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America met at the Fifth Avenue Hotel on the morning of October 14. The members of the Executive Committee who were present were: President A. G. Mason, Harvard University; Secretary W. A. Young, New York University; Treasurer W. R. Quinn, Columbia University; Graduate Manager Oliver Shiras, Cornell University; J. W. Jamison, Princeton University; W. Frazier, Jr., L T niversity of Pennsylvania; and J. D. Dana, Yale University. The Advisory Committee is composed of G. T. Kirby, Columbia University; Murdock Kendrick, University of Pennsylvania; and T. R. Fisher, Yale University. All this committee were present at the meeting. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $2,633, largely due to the financial success of the games held last May, which were ...
New Y. M. C. A. Building—Work to be Begun Soon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
New Y. M. C. A. Building—Work to be Begun Soon The announcement that a students' hall has been given the University has excited much interest, and we are assured that a permanent building will be erected solely for student interests. The donor, in his letter to the trustees, said: "I desire to erect, free from expense to Columbia University, a building to be placed in charge of the Young Men's Christian Association of the city of New York, subject to the reserved right of control of the trustees of the University, to be used for the development of the spiritual, philanthropic and religious life of the university." He gives the control of the building to the Y. M. C. A., not to limit the use of it to that organization, but because it seems to be the most fitting agent for such a purpose. The situation of the building may be seen in any plans of the grounds, opposite the proposed chapel and at the southeast corner of the Engineering Building. It will be built in classic style, and in ...
Minutes of Trustees' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Minutes of Trustees' Meeting The minutes of the last meeting of the trustees, held on Monday, the first day of October, furnish the following: The President announced the death of the Rev. Cornelius R. Duffie, D.D., Emeritus Chaplain. The thanks of the Trustees were tendered to John C. F. Randolph, a graduate of the School of Mines of the class of '69, for the gift to the Mineralogical Museum of a number of exceedingly fine specimens of silver minerals. The balance remaining to the credit of the Summer Session of 1900 was deposited in a special account to the credit of the Summer Session of 1901. An additional appropriation of $3OO was made to the credit of the Department of Civil Engineering, on account of the loss by fire at the Summer School of Surveying. The President was granted authority to make provision for a summer session in 1901, and thereafter until otherwise ordered, upon substantially the same basis as the summer session of 1900, without the guarantee. The action of th...
Cross Country Runners Enthusiastic [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Cross Country Runners Enthusiastic Trainer lijertsberg has begun work at Columbia Field with the cross-country runners. The men are taking daily runs in the vicinity of Jerome avenue and High Bridge. The number of candidates is increasing daily, and it is expected that a squad of at least fifty men will be at work in a few days. The new plan of forming class relay teams of ten men each is being-en-thusiasticially received, and it is probable that there will be a team formed from each class and one from the Law School.
Fall Tennis Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Fall Tennis Tournament The annual fall tennis tournament of the University began Friday afternoon on the college courts. Considerable interest has been manifested in the affair, and there were thirty entries in the singles and eighteen in the doubles. Play was continued Saturday, and yesterday, and the tournament is expected to be finished to-day. L. E. Mahan, 'O2, C., the present holder of the University championships; is one of the contestants. Only three matches were played on Friday, the most hotly contested being that between A. E. Thurber, 'O4, C., and S. S. Boardman, 'O2, L. Thurber won because of his steadiness and better net play. Following is the summary of all the matches decided up to the time of publication: Preliminary Round —S. W. Bates beat W. Pell by default; J. F. Peters beat Vv. PI. Grace by default; R. B. Cushing beat W. F. Gillies, 6— 2, 6 —'i; PI. C. Miller beat S. N. Wood by default; R. H. White beat R. F. C. Rop;s, 6 —4, 6— 3; S. K. Wilson beat R. H. Wylcl, 6...
Mandolin Club Rehearsal To-night [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Mandolin Club Rehearsal To-night The first rehearsal of the Mandolin Dub will be held to-night at 8 o'clock : n South Hall. The club, like the ■ ilee and Banjo Clubs, will be larger Mian last year. The folowing is the present and temporary roster of the . club; Mandolins —C. J. Penney, Sp., Ph. (leader ) ; T. B. Johnson, 'oi, L.; P. C. Sanguinette, 'O3, S.; C. G. Fink, 'O3, C.; B. H. Riddes, 'O3, C.; F. Muller, 'O2, L.; A. O. Ernst, 'Ol, C.; C. L. Thomas, 'Ol, C.; C. J. Brine, 'Ol, L.; L. Mayer, 'O4, C.; L. Dittenhoffer, 03, C.; F. A. Finn, P.. and S.; M. Munlcer, 'O4, C.; D. H. Gestefeld, 'O4, C.; F. A. Bnsse, 03, C.; B. N. Marcus, 'O4, C.; A. W. Duckworth, 'O2, L.; A. G. Hays, 'O2, C.; C. Lang, 'O2, C.; T. P. Byron, 'Ol, C.; H. W. Aplington, 'O2, S.; A. M. Cregier, 'Ol, S. Guitars —O. Pullich, Jr., 'O2, C.; V. R. H. Greene, 'O4, C.; C. L. Merchant, P. and S.; M. B. Deane, 'O4, G; ______
Awards to American University Exhibits at Paris [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Awards to American University Exhibits at Paris The exhibits of American universities at the Paris Exposition were awarded more honors than the universities of any other country except France. Grand prizes were awarded to four of our universities, gold medals to seven and silver medals to two. Cornell was given two gold medals: one for the exhibit of the College of Civil Engineering, the other for the general exhibit. In three instances distinguished merit was recognized in individuals, viz.: Professor H. A. Rowland of Johns Hopkins; Professor Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia, and Melvil Dewey of the University of the State of New York. The Mowing is a list of the honors awarded to American universities: GRAND PRIZES. University of the Slate of New York: Museum, paleontol'dgical reports; library, travelling libraries, home education; college and professional education in the United States. Harvard University : Publications, models, etc. Observatory: Photographs, observations. John...
Columbian Announcements [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Columbian Announcements The Columbian . Board requests that all photographs be in before November I. In order to have them in by that time, they should be taken immediately. All records ( of 1902 men should be handed in as soon as possible, also the names of the officers of various teams. Drawings have been received from Sehanck, Morley and Eliot, all of whom are graduates. Everybody is encouraged to get advertisements, a commission of twentyfive per cent be'ng ofifered. The first instalment" of matter goes to the printer October 23, and the book will be completed and on the market by the 15th of December.
Intercollegiate Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Intercollegiate Notes YALE. After very careful consideration of the situation, it has been decided by the University not to establish a bank on the campus. The scheme was suggested and much discussed the past year. It was thought the bank would prove a very considerable convenience to students. It was found, however, that there were certain technical legal difficulties in the way of the University in any such plan, and, as from the first it was contemplated to operate the bank in connection with the treasurer's office, the idea was considered not feasible. Frank O'Donnell Camp Robertson, 1901, has been elected permanent captain.of the baseball team in place of F. L. Ouinby, 1902, S., resigned. Mr. Robertson had previously been appointed temporary captain. His home is at Parish, N. Y., and he prepared for college at Phillips Exeter Academy, where he played first base on the school team. He filled the same position 011 his freshman team in 1897. As a sophomore, he was taken on the Uni...
Chess Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Chess Club The Columbia Chess Club held its first meeting Thursday evening in its rooms on the top floor of West Hall. The evening was signalized by the opening of the new room, which has "been furnished at some expense in order to have a suitable clubroom. About a dozen members attended the meeting, and all were enthusiastic over Columbia's prospects for the coming year. A tournament to select ten players to compete against Princeton, on November 24, was started at once. Entries for this tournament will close October 18. Falls,' S\ewall, Brown, Schroeder, Keeler, Von Sholly and Harrison, members of last year's team, are in college and will play again. A special meeting to organize the Freshmen Chess Club will be held on Thursday afternoon, October 18, 1900, at 3.30 P.M. in 502 West Hall.
WORK ON THE GRIDIRON Scrub Proves a harder Proposition—Many Promising Additions to the Squad—Students Gave the Team a Send-Off to Cambridge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
WORK ON THE GRIDIRON Scrub Proves a harder Proposition— Many Promising Additions to the Squad—Students Gave the Team a Send-Off to Cambridge Last Thursday, for the first time this season, the scrub succeeded in scoring. The Varsity line seemed paralyzed for a time, and was unable to stop the swift rushes of Lilliard and '1 ownsend, the two scrub halfbacks. By using the new trick formations, the scrub carried the ball up to within five yards of the goal line, where it was lost on a fuinble. Weekes fell back to punt out of danger, but Murphy's pass was wild, and he was downed behind the line, giving the scrub a safety touchdown, or two points. On the next line-up in the center of the field it looked as if the scrub would succeed in scoring again, but on the 20-yard mark the Varsity took a brace and held for downs. Thereafter the Varsity's play improved, and three touchdowns and a sroal from the field followed in short order. The play throughout was of a very aggressive style. The scru...
Fencing Activity [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Fencing Activity A meeting is to be called on Tuesday afternoon, October 16, at 4 o'clock, in the Fencing Room of the Gymnasium, for the purpose of organizing the Fencers' Club for the ensuing year. It is hoped that therewill be a large attendance of those in any way interested in fencing. Last year our team won the Junior Team competition against all comers, defeating teams from the N. Y. A. C., ,N. Y. Turn Verein, Fencers' Club, and Yale, each member receiving a gold medal, and in addition won the gold medal for the best individual score. The annual intercollegiate competition was closely contested, the final score of the four leading teams being only a single point apart—Harvard 23, Annapolis 22, Cornell 21, Colum- bia 20, and Yale 4 points. During the winter a contest was arranged with Cornell, resulting in the final score of 5 points for Cornell to 4 points for Columbia. The Racquet and Tennis Club have generously presented to our Fencers' i lub their former fencing equipment. ...
Sophomore Golf Trials [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Sophomore Golf Trials Trials for the Sophomore Golf Team will be held at Van Courtlandt Park, to-day and to-morrow. All sophomores wishing to try for the team should come out, as the men will be picked to play in the tournament with the juniors on Thursday. Mandolin Club rehearsal to-night at 8 o'clock in South Hall. A meeting of the Automobile Club will be held in SPECTATOR Office, Thursday, at 1.30 P.M. It is desired that all members be present.
Constitution far Rowing Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Constitution far Rowing Club The committee appointed by J. B. Smith, 1901, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Columbia University Athletic Association, to draw up a new constitution for the Rowing Club, consists of J. A. B. Cowles, chairman; G. T. Kirby, S. P. Nash, 1901; B. Falconer, 1901; H. Bayne, 1901. The chairman intends to have a meeting of the committee this week if possible. The chairman of the Executive' Committee was empowered to appoint this committee by the recent mass meeting. The constitution drawn up by this committee will be submitted to the Executive Committee and if adopted by them will be voted on by a mass meeting.
Fall Athletic Registration [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 16 October 1900
Fall Athletic Registration There will be a meeting of the Faculty Athletic Committee this afternoon at 4.30 in Prof. Kemp's office. It is very necessary that all men who expect to represent the university in any department of athletics this fall should fill cut one of the athletic registration blanks before this meeting. The election of Prof. G. W. Kirchwey of the Law School to this committee brings the number up to five. There are now on it representatives from the College, the School of Science and the Law School, as well as Prof. Kemp and Dr. Savage. Independent nomination for Assistant Manager Cycle Team: H. F. Wise, 'O2, C.: nominated by G. C. Atl cins, 'O2, seconded by C. R. Rose, cycle team.