WEEKLY. 'V'iirar-of New York NEW YORK CITY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1923

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1 r Pnnceton Meet Friday WEEKLY 'V'iirar-of New York Exam Schedule Page 4 -,thing are featuring the College trousers, best ined, $37-50 of our suits most College inctive, spec Utton Sacks. $35.00, re $50. boxy effects, and roomy plaid backs lits with and all newest ng of $ro to clothes from ElL inute. ne Flight Up Po M. eration. dt , Vol No. 23. COUNCL SUSPENDS EDTOR OF CAMPUS Aaronson s Ousted from Council for Not Printing Letter of President Warsoff FND MOTON TO EXPEL S NOT CONSTTUTONAL Corbie's Move to Expel Editor Passed But Epste;n Proves Motion s Unconstitutional STUDENT COUNCL A spt!rial Studt'llt Council l1ll'ctiug- will he held to-llh'rrow at J 1'. :\\. ill Room 209. Th" l'!ectioll of th,' "C" Cummitlt..- ior lext ternl will tht'll JC t:olldul'ted. Calldidale~ ior the l'olllllliucl' nllist {in." tht ir lalll(:~ to the Sl'cretary t'for tht' ll'l'ling". EDTORS WORKNG ON NEW LAVENDER BOOK NEW YORK CTY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1923 Price Six CeDta VARSTY DEBATES ORGANZATON OF Varsity Downs Fordham Five n CO~' ~.~:.:~~~~ Th"~~~~Si~'~ Fast Contest By 41 to 29 Score preme Court Question in First Contest. of Year DANCNG WLL BE HELD N GYM AFTER DEBATE Aronson, Weissman, Klaus, And Berman Represent College-Dr. Copeland May Preside Heads of Campus, Mercury and A. A. Form Council COUNCL MEMBERSHP S REDUCED ONE HALF President of Upper Freshmen Will Represent Class. All Other Class Presidents Lose Seats Will be Distributed To "U" Members Albert. :\ronson. '23, Editor in- Th,' Varsity >~bating '1',' will Th,' Student Council will be com. d d To Be Ready For a Chief of the Campus, was suspen e ncom'ng Freshmen leet :-:ew York l nivl'rsit.v in the first plrtc1y reorganized next term as arc- rom the Student Council at its meet- <ebal<' of the Y"ar on Salurday even- suit of a new arrangement 01 the ing last Friday. The suspension came ing in the Great 11 all. Cily College council's membership agreed upon.s a result oi the Council's decision The lal<'rial i(,r th, new e<litioll will nphold the affirmative oi the ~t a meeting of that body last Fri- 10 punish the editor lor his refusal to' oi "." \'l"1(ler Book". i, now "'in~ qu",tion: "Resol",.., That Con~ress day afternoon. print in his columns an official com prcpared hy tl'" editor,. Th, r... ent hy a thrce.quart"r \'ote of hoth houses Thc new plalls adopted hy the Rlunication ironl the President of the holiday:-; wcrr ltd'7l'd tu red:-.t.' tht ljlar override a dl"t.'ision of the Su. council will redlh.~e its menlhership Student Council, ill which letter the "ntire hook, ('ad, one oi th,','(ito<' "reme 'Ollrt dn'laring un('(,nslitlltion. to onr half oi its present number. t paper's policies were criticized. i, d;'ved that such a cut in 111,'mtakin~ a '"arter ui th,. hook. t will al any law pas5('(1 hy it,d... 'fhl qufstion had heen Jreviously ~ h"rshi" will greatly increase the eridiscussed at a rnccting uf the co Jocil. be sent to the printer this \\,t('k. Th~ Col1e~t will \{' n~pn':-'l'nted hy rient working of the council which of at which tillle Aronson is alleged to T k' the h'am dlo,\'n lac:t wn~k. l"clilsisting' lah.< had hecolnr too utlwicldly. \\'0 wel' 's at,tl'r that, tht' hindt. r w;!i of Alhert H. :\rol1.:;ol1, '23, captain, hah promised tu publi.h \\ ar.oil's. ' 1 l'nder the arrangement agreed on, gtf t \.: pnntt'( C(lPY, anl \\"111 an' flyulan \\'l i:;~mal1, '23, Sa111ud Klaus, communique..\t the leeting the edi. hc council will consist of twelve or lor ha-d cited. as his reason for with- thl' hook rcady lor di arihtltion ill an 2~. and.h rl miail i:t'r11l;tl, '2-1, ala'r- thirtrc'o mrmhers. There will hr just holding the letter that he considered it otll<'r mnllth. The hook will bc nate. as now thrre officers-th,' president... personal expression of opinion. renu)' for th(' illl'oming in...!llll n. and S,'nator'l'lrrt 1":'0,\ ;.tl S. t 'ppdah! ha~ and \'ic~ lrcsident. senior:oo, and th~ When the Council, howl'n:r, insisted will hl' distril,utcd n'l' t.. ali hohkr~ he en askl'd to pft'side :tlt} it is proh- secretary. a junior-au tn h(' deetl'd hat the letter was au official 11<'S' oi "L'" tickets. ahle that the iornh'r leahh Commis hy popular vote at the heginninlo! of sage, Aronsun protnised to publi:,h it ~inn('r of!\l'w York City will an'c'pt radl!'il'me:.,ur. Ti" n'pre~rntation of Lavender Hangs Up Sixth Consecutive Victory and Clinches Metropolitan Title - Maroon Puts Up Scrappy Game. But s Thoroughly Outclassed NADEL HGH SCORER WTH FVE BASKETS; SALZ MAKES FOUR GOALS N SECOND HALF Both Teams Make Small Number of Fouls, Lavender Committing Low Total of Nine-Edelstein n Good Form and Cages 13 out of 111- Cavanagh and Landry Star For Fordham. Fordham fell before the Varsity five last Saturday evening in the sixth and last victory on the home court before the team's trip to Ro chester and Syracuse next week. The :\1aroon played a hard and fast game, hut was l\nowed under by a 4 r to 29 score. t wa~ the,third time in ~ many years that a City College team defeated the Fordham aggregation. Saturday night's perfromance eclipi:'ed both previous victories in that the Lavender team won by a margin larger than both fonner games together. ORDERS '25 TREASURER TO HOLD UP SWU'lF.RS By 'far the largest crowd at a hom" ~all4e this year witllessed he contest. packed luch heyond illtellded capacity. WllS lillrd all the way if pos5ibl~. Then: will ill' 110 radi\'al t"il&lngc:oo thr post, Tll' ( ampl... ~t'n llry and thl' Ath- When asked to dciend hi; stand. mad" althoul(h 111<", ltir, hook i, 10, )allrin~ ill th., ~.";;Hl.';;;;;' -hm.;", ;1 i,' ~ci~tioll will he oontinued,,co\'g<:il Tf!!s Aronsoi; ~al(.i: "1 do not fec ~alled ing },rought p tn-rl,,tc.-. lllw tht' ckljatc', Tkkct:-. art un' -;;:d, '''\'F'~!H~ orkanization!'l having' a!t ~wcater. upon to deiend lyseli in this matter. l",ide, all <'... lege 'on/:s,,1<' fot' the t!;1<'l' and,'all 1><,,.,,,«'d Ol "n',ent a,inl-:!e Co"ncil rn"mb~r. Of Class Council Vote lion5, As Editor oi The Carnpus rescr\'~ d1l ~rs. and tratiilion:-,. th~ hook will at "\ \ ('nt~ -fi\'t "'t'nts 1)("r ('&luplc.'. Thl'Y Thl' rc-pn'~('ntati(ln of the scvf..'ral Shortly aft.. 'r till' prl!linkinary y:antc. lnqualilieoly the right to control what rontain a Tl'~una' of thc year :-. work mav h.., nhtainrd from Milton _t' d~... ;o.t,~ wa:-.,'ut 1ll0~t. n place of '1 he Student CounCil at its "teet- (,'oal'h JJolll1an's irnincihlcs callie on goes into till' colulnns ui the paper. in.;;port... and in duh a,'li\'itil's, \ in~. '23; Jr\'in,l.!.,.( \'~. '24, fir \hra- thr('(" t11t tllht.'r:-. fronl ('ad1 of the jun- ~l1g las~ Friday ('njoined the treasu- tlw Hoor grc~tl'c1 hy i1. thunderous Bil( The Studctlt Loun,,'il ha~ no jurisuic- The 11t"\\ l'uih,rial H':'Hti \ ()n:.;i~h or ham En n..;ky. '2::, of hf' dt-hatinji! il,r and ~('nior d2ss(,s. two iront earh rer of the class of 1925 fronl ssuing \ ar:-.il,. leci h~' ~fi1t (;rt cnberg. TUlll lioll (\'er thi::, nattrr." :\lll'l )'1.('t'ropo1. '25; Editor-in-Chief; rnmmittec-..''\drni",... inn to tht" dc'hiltf' oj hc',mphomorr da~s('s ;1ul one any class funds for sweater awards to Thorp. who had jufoit return,,'" frultl F. EUg:t'lU: Corbit. '24, led the attack Sam:-on Z. Sorkin. '2::; as'iol'1ah' "'d- j... fr('f'. irlllll ('adl part of th(' fn... h11lan,"1""5, var:-.ity lettcrtl1en tlcllding' ;n ill\'l'!--ti- Sal1 DiC{O, {'.difornia, where he n'- un The Campus in a lengthy address ilor: ('hark:oo Ep~tt'in, 2.; :!!!!l H~!\'. - Tht n,.'kllil g '!'t':pn.. :11 \.\1111. nil i!:, r,,,r~;'iiil.n: \'111u'ii wiii ha\,(' galion hy the Discipline LOllllnitt('c f('rcc'd tilt. J10~t-Sl'.1~(ln l'oas~ fnothall in which he a:-.saikd what he call1~d ard \V, Hint7., '23; as,i~tant l'clilor~: the fll,hatl' and an' h~'in)..!','oarlu"c) hy nnly ~ix m('tnht.'rs from dass organi- into the legality of tht- da~,:- t'~unril ganh'!',!-l'nt th,,'!('ams off on 11n.' the "wilful rrfusal" of the Editor to l!'idore \Yhchell, '23. hl1~inl!'o... lllall- Prllit'~"'(Jr~ l'a1tlll'r and l{edm&lnd of zations. Each of th.> ~i:c: hig.hrst vote by which tht.' appropriations and nle1.co,rint WaT>offs letter. He moreover ager; and Regillald!\,,,,, '2.'; a-,,, th.. 'ubli,' Speakil1L: D"parllll<'''1. das<os in the l'()ll~!{e will hereafter grants w,'re made. The ('ouncil took 1'ordh"l11 took the lead, and broke l'riticized the t'yni('al attack on the date ht15in("~.. man:j.;.:'cr. Aronson an!! ""~i5~man art' vt"tt'ran" il\' aliow('ci on(' memnl'r in tnt Stu- this :'ih'f' and plj.ccll the lluc'~tjon in the icc when McMahon. their captain Council's pn"idellt 111 the Christmas of last year', oralors. ~ew York dent Coullcil. n the fall term, when the hands of the Discipline Commit- and cenler, caged a liel4 throw and a "Crampu," fe l'it",l, "xamples of l'niv~rsity will he represrnted by a h~rr aro two frrshman riasses, the tet after receipt of a l'ornmunicalion foul, giving his team a three point the editors "worthless attitude" in not ASKS CHAPEL TO AD team chosen from all it< schools and presiclent oi the uppcr frosh, or from Herman ';, tter, presitlrnt of the slart. Ede!stein lied the score by put. 'ublishill~ mailers affecting the -t:oun- will undouhtedly he a strong rival. Frhruary class. will have a '"at in the F"llfuary 1<)25 dass. ting three foul shots through the rinf(. <'il\ arti,il1o. "\\'~ art gi"ill/: ''ll<' EUR'lPEAN STUDENTS The qu"stion of the powrr of tho Studont Council n his lett or the sophomore ph si Theil Jacki,' N,,,(' plunged through Campu!'! th,,- moor\' and we are en J Stlpn tnt' Court tn decla.rr laws of ClasfiO pr('sirl('nt~ werr excluded dl'o l'ilaq(trl that thl' \'otl' in the tltl' cojltel1dl'r:.-. d('fl'n~.(! twice. and tal... titled at l a... t to... ourtt'sy... he de- rllng-f(";'~ unconstitutional i..; nnw hc'- irom mrnlhrr!"hip h<'callst.' it was felt cla... :oo,'luneil v.'as l'arried hy. frand. 111,'" hnlh tintt's 011 sp('etacular jlll11p~ dared. " n.,muoh as the C... uncil has Dr. Stewart Paints Terrible Life of fore h,' puhli,' e\'c and s <,onsidcred ther worked more for the interest of T" pro,',' his rontentiolls, he c"ted the und"r he j,; kt-1. Thi. four.point ( "( direct juri"liclion," he further $cholars n Europe and Seeks as r,lle of the vital prohlelll' in j{0\" thoir rla"es than for he oolleg, as,'a'" oi "Chuck" Miller. varsity foot- k;,,1 he l,av"'<<'r quintet W<Te U- ' t 1.. ' "t Contr. butl ons for Them C", a eu, t l1ust at east reglst~r 1 5 _, nn.('nt,,, tl. "'h,"h \V, arc ronfront a "'hole, Anol her seat in th~ mlln- b,,11 guard..,. who voted for the ' awards a 1, ' lo to nl'n'ast' 1 or a ong t' 11l1t', "."'. tii~pieasurt o\'er MJ.:h cldibt:rate and 'ontil1l1l'r 011 pa).!'t'.!i vet \\'110 :: at till' presenl tllne. 110 sonluor woul(1 a. COt CollcJ.:'(> 11~11 "',lilll "rti.."," :\" "1'1'<,al jur,,,""'il'lion' " th.' e( ionger a stlldenl of the colleg,. t hreak hrnl h 'tl\(' :~;.r Maroon dc- \.. a iiltill~ T'qlt"illl.llld to the l di- ~tudl'110: Fri{'nd,hip Fund to aid collt- W3!'o furthrr l'hant('(1 that Harold f..'n!':,'. than tll" lath'r would rctaliatl. lor of Th~ Campl1:i. t'nrhil introduced il rillt.!' ~ttl{h-nt..; in thl,' Xl'ar East alh ~f.j/~ '7'{' Tannenhaum. al"o of the ioothall _ {, t, ",,, F7~... tram. who {'O" it voh' ;JfiO ~('rr('tary. with a nnj.! ~hot frnlll llid"h('ld that C? '(.-i'.'lil"-f',t"j.../~/".ftl La :t rrsolution (rl11an<iink that tht.,,, dilor ('"ntral Europe wa~ made at thl' C - k(1)1 till' rgili steady. h L" t ","",/, -it ' '' nll' '- ~ L '/ had 110 rh.!ht to a \'flh' r f",mally repriman<le<l ant! that he \\"" kl,, d.apd, x,'roi,,, la~1 Thllr, F7 () J {.',,{, "'1'.1,)lO,,'{ - llla";l11t11'h a!" Th..,land" wrr.' in a ~onstant upht fxpl'1l('d a... nh'tnhc'r of tilt' Coun da\', in" Or. Stewart. who h:t~ jugt \\'~tdh 1. tht'... t { rt tar,\ up n now has roar as a rl'!'oult oi fht, C'lo~enl's5 of tbe- C' f. 1111:.\ t' "(' ill a writ h'l rt'... ig1l:j ion. t w;" "so mn\'('t! t.. send a copy returned rom a trip throtl~h ':urop.. \. ' '1'1 '..,,( or,..',h tl,.. "'."}','" wh,'ch the hall uf th., hody's r('suilltions tll Thr Thl' sl)t'aker mad,' a plea for aid for The t'a\','s onhitit till' \ l'ld,,, ~'\ (' tt' 1\':,>1\'l lual'c1 ;11 ol"'t. ',hi l n1hlt il. hands. l"ampus :\ss0riation and that the r~so the starving: rollt~~ nl~n of ("('ntraj \\ t"n' ",f1('w-,~:~!:1~la~(::'1 i~it:,ri:~t.:,it~'n,:::. ~llllt~ /;:~~~ 1:;;lt:'flll:~t,i;;~;~it:1t;:; ;t;::t':~,):~;::~ The l'ontrovertr<1 mceting was ~:;"',' ",~;~;;ln:.~~nn::,a(:lri~~tting th.. lution h, ' b o7.1rop-. l(lnj;'~""c' ~ ~ h..d nn Thursday after Chapel. A f'tin~. l'o~tt ( 1n le concourse U ',.. h,. wall!'-. when last Frlda~'!light P:'; rooh. 1-'1'0111 l,razl! lhroatt,d moton J..tranting ~we~ttr~ to all hold... h~11.. ft('r the: ('l'nters had julnlled for n 111,- Prflit... ~or (h l'r:-.trc't.'i. \\'ho pn sidt (1 <0;0111\' hali a hllll.lr('ci jollrnali... t... l l ~f ill i:oo... m d ~\\ l... t..;oul1d:oo ~H Ollt (t' rr~ of V.arsity athktic t"ttt'rs wa~ it f.'all~cd quilt.- a s~nsation. especiallj l'"... uinj.! tli~\,\t.!-osion PH"sicient at the' a~s('mhly, introciuc('d th(' \-dopl'cl in the ic~" di~nity oi their 'an)" h(' oi H' hol1c'yed worcl~. Of h f Wh(', on onc' oerasion, he toflk th('" \'"r,off demanded that thr COllnril h'. t lloton' T(" 11. 1" k pa,,~,l. t ose or t.e measure. 11. t th t nd.cored npt1 an.\' rtwmhl'r who did not ~how ~pl'akt'r 11 S 111 roc. :ll1... tcn' "Ot l\,l s. ('nh'f('( t w t~\\l'r. 111,,"un'{ lrth flu' l11t'ra... til laul1t- nnl", \Vashor and A. nrodsky did ot.a flj.: 1 (OWn... ('our a ". mark:,. th\' 'rnft'ssor strt's"cd tl1(',"jt'\\' all this rolclnl'~" :!\,ailt t littl~ on,' l' illl.! apllt a1. '"( ril.\'. fonil ~."l d hi~ r('r~i\'(' varsity awarcb, Ont' hundrrd Tlw half ('nd('d with the tally at 17-12, rt'!'pect tn that hodv H,~. Vogd. that thrre ('xist5 An intellectual soli th,' rioto\l~ly llh'rry Can,pu:- ~11H1kl'r r,l\ i';;)u rl audilor!". th'y h:1(1 nevcr and s('\'r.ntt'cn do1lan; wa~ :.ppropri.. with the' City ('ollt. o g(" 'tlen on top. '24, \\':llt "\'~ jllrlh,'r in suggesting darity wtwe~n <tudent. the world /:ot ullder way. "'"r<l any thin/: quitl',, like.. f this at... d for thr purpose. The "', oncl ira\lt~ stllrted,.owly. that he ('ouodl Trmov(" Aronson over, Tht. 11('\\' 'lpp()illlml'l1t~ n tht' sl,afi hl'fon'-a trillutt whkh wa~ rqh'31ed 11Chulcd amonj.:' tilt' thirh."en m('n until Frankh- Sal? hrokc away and iron! hi~ position as editor, d. d f h..,., All ' (".. Dr. St("wart in his a( ress palnte ~"n'ed a!" ph texl or t (' 1l.qt\ lt1t... a!tt'r ;, )t rt ('lr~' ~ a \\'1'''" t'.,ar- to rf'c'('iv(' awards out of the class ~rnt t a'" la n on two surres5lv(" The resolution was defeal.t! by a h. the wretched rondit;on$ of t (' stu \\'hill' 1h' t"'\'ning \\'a~!'otill YOl111g'. g-antllanh- huln(,rott~ :-.allit.. ~. trt,'a~l1ry w('rc' JlranC"r. Kldill. Miller. tric~. '\ith thi~ l>ad the t("am hegan "ot~ of 7 5, some members of the dents and professors in A1~tria. the j{uest_. among whol1l inrhl<.. <l Each of the ", \HOrner. nil the Talllle';"""1. \V,'i_herl a'd S. Brod. to hreak "way for a safrr margin. Th.. Council ronsider;n ry tht- Hpunis.hment" H d. h fl'... Cucho.lo, ak;a and Russia. e e- practically "\'cryon<'...,11rol,'( w,t 'lat. alld th':11 rarh 0 t ". ;'Clent sh'. The<e six c"lmalld~d a major;- seor,' '<a<lily rose, hut hc Maroon too hard or; the ditor.... srrij,( <J il11prcl\ j<o;cd kitchl'n~ w l<'re Col1q{e puhlications. a~~l'm r ('( H' \.. irld{'rs were r;'\ ('t upon til ('on- t~. in th(" conncil whic-~ "nh'cl thrill m('11 w~r(" unable to hn'~k a safe ten... Tho (uestinn was hrn reconsiderrd as man\' ; stll(. f. ' tl F '1 h t t' t -. (. '1 ~nts arr j{1\'en rouncl a flut ac en >naff n 'e ar 'n nile to t c <,n er allllllc'n. "\(. tl... awanls, l'nlllt,.;\(.,(>;, """,.,)' lot 1 s" '" on a 10tion loy \Varsoff. which passrd " singl; meal daily. n1ty dining rool11. COlli plied, with offerings ranging werr mad., while the men were travel" i.r.. an impa"ion.d pl~a the t k ' h ' t' of ' ' The students of the college werr Thrn, t.ey sat ;'" a c. "mo'" rrom r ('er ea. rnlo! te, t <' rc a,on COMMSSONER GRAVES g at tojl sper<, an, sua y rcsu e. 10unr,l', president declared thai the.. d S d h'.. h h artien of The Camplls was nothing urged to contrihute their share to aid alld ale, talked and ate, aug 'e' all( Rahelars,an anec otrs..onn wou TO SPEAK AT CHAPEL in thr men eras lop: tnlo ett rr e e" than a crimc'.d an inslit to he their follow, in Europran un;versi ate. till he hour hand ;ssll~ed a ros,v streak. ha\'e rccft the ink)'.ky prr.. tahlr. or the ~pcctalors in the ~tlldelll l ounol l. f- <. hout-d defiance lies. n"arl)' "('rtical position' he arc. when Czar nonne), issurd. his ukas e Dr P. Graves. Co",mis~ion~r of Ea~t sland.,, d' 'b analian jollity of that l "ast W 10,'all that the p:atherinlo! ",u.t l ~p~rse..0. notll team~ at The Campus men in the Council Suhscriplion cards were stn ute, h Educalion of N.w York Stale, will did a good deal of sub- S d h d ~scri'l>e? And wh"t pen can repro homeward trekked the happy yom s,.. d cond leam came ;on! derlarr-d hat th.v. voted not as,before h~ assembly.,tu ents w (), address th(' wceklychaprl m~ninr' sltluttnp:. an 1(' se rrllfe.. ntatives of their rrsp~ctive promi.ed to aid he f un d mils t pay duce the gem. of wit which F '0. pro ferv~ntly prayerful hat hut once on Thursday a' nooll tinder he in for its u"ual rouncl of "pplause alld au5" rlas.es. hilt prriudic~dfy 3S The th.;r pledgt's before Fehruary in he fll,ely 5parklcd ther..? or h Jea.ous again mighl he vouchsafed tn them pices of hc Education Cluh..\fter cht'ers wh~n tht'y entered th. fray in (. Web-,,-, Room. on the fifth floor. Olvmpians alone ought sue gal~ty h bl' h had' ~nj'oyed, '11 b h- la.t few minules of play Wht'R,ampus men. "s" Michaels. of the,,,' 10 ',e rc".~r"-d, ancl evell ill cold prillt sue SS a5 ey JUS, the address, h(' Commission~r W r ~.nr- lack.,d one pol'nt of forty las<. demanded that the Council The campaip:n is being active y sup- ", "Another such night" was the way thr gu('st : a hanqllet tn he given in th(' " " t t! porled hy the Y. M. C. A., Menorah to toll of it is unbefitting humb e f ' 3n hehind ib president ar'ain~t mall. hey put it. "is all w~ collld siand." his honor hy tlt(' suldenls and acu ty. (Coni;nuod on pagr 4) and Newman Club. (Continll"d on Page 4) ~,

2 fagltwo es== - T J. semi-week TUE VoL 31. Publi'h,d oem (011<,' yeu. rom.. tell in May. uce: &lird ~nd fourth ~ lht third,.(ck D lacorporated. at t Suttl and St. Nit COLLEGE ( "The.ccumut~ fud ohall bt u~ cacoura,c any au, ColclC and.tuder pili... lor pro~ " The UbCripti4 t' PJ' be,had, ra ecedinl pubheatl "blic.ation mult l C'ore that date. Alber' H. Monso! Samuel Lifschitz. Dnid Bercl, '23 Bernard J. Katz, " Abtl ltcrollol. '25 William Stein, '23 llidor. Wi.ch.l. Bernard Denjal Saul Sisel,chiH J sidore Zllkcn!'amsoll 2. S( Samuel C. Le, Sidney A. Fine rving J. l.~\' y Martin Rosc. " Morri!' Sic-gal. Jolt11h Hudner, Charlu Cohell, Abin Behrens, Morria Bcnum Abraham Jaffe, Stephen Martir Michael D..:rn5 S Yilton 1. Levi Book. llagazinc Oln Night Editor THE ( The Student..f psychological recently dec1ar! policies of The ( the action of th to the freedom body to control but that a polit rxerci~~ that rig appear in the ( prising, and an cus~ion of the ' Of course, and srlf -abnega elections are f, student opinion body may be e this be so, the its motive )aud~ ing and amusin T The plan,; heen completed SUrpass its pre that makes it features have h< altered and oth tiveness of the Previous e a.~ successft:! a! was lacking. ' stead of a cou. is nece:'sary if fulfilled. The amen tion reducing right direction_ will be a (omt Work. The basketl Eastern cham) hip and agai[l ckan s\ato:.

3 fagltwo THE CAMPUS J. semi-weekly Journal of News and Comment VoL 31. TUESDA Y, JANUARY 9, 1923 No ;-iilhtd semi weekly. on Tuestlay and Friday. 'd:rina the CoUtl e )'ta'. from t~e third week in Se.Ptember until tbe fourth. in May. C'Xctptml the fourth... eek an December. the arcond. ~ 3.nd fourth ~erk i~ January, the first wct"k in February. and lilt third ~cck D Apnt. by THE CAMPUS ASSOCATON, lacorporated. at the Collcge of the City e( t\ew York. lj9th Suttl and St. Nicholaa Terrace. COLLEGE OFFCE, ROOM 411, Main Building "The accumulation o~ a fund from. the, profits... wbich ruad shall be uted to aid, (oater, D&lltam, promote, rcolin or J,e any aim which.tlall go toward. the betterment of t:t~c and.tudent.. actiyitic5. Thi. corporation i. not orpaizcd lor profit. The UblCription ratc i~ $~.SO a yea.r by mail. Adveruling =~:J p~bli~:~io~~ ax~ttil~l~t~~n~an~~ri~,~lo:~c!.,thint~~~~d wef~~ publication mult 10. in THE CAMPUS OFFCE, ROOM 411, before that date. EXECUTVE BOARD Alb<rt H. Aronson, '23...,... Editor in Chlef Samuel Lifschitz. '23... BuslUC'ss llanagl'r Da,jd Berea, '23...,',... N ewa Editor Bernard J. Katz, '.!J,.,,. SPOriS Editor Abtl ltcrollol, '25...,...,... Column Etlitor William Stein, '23..., Advertising lfanaser adore Witchell, '25 Circulation Manager ASSOCATE BOARD Bernard Benjamin, '23 Saul Si.e)schiffer, '24 Howard W. Hintz, '25 Charles S. Epstein, '25 J sidore Zllkernick, 2J ~atlian Befall. '.!5 NEWS BOARD!'amsoll 2. Sorkin, '2'5 Samuel C. Lninc. '24 Sidney A. Fine. '2' rving J. l.~\' y. '24 Martin Rose, '25 Morri!' Siegal. '25 Jolt11h Hudner, '26 Charlu Cohell, '26 :\~yer J. Hl'rg, '25 Raymond M. Schwartz, '25 Emanuel Felrlln'rg, '25 W:tlter A. rlhig. ';4 AlLert Lifschiu, '25 Philip Hirsch, '25 Sidney Jacobi, '25 Arthur Lifnanrler. '26 Leo Brown, '26 Ab-in Behrens, '25 Morria Bentlman, '25 Abraham Jalle, '25 Stephen Martin, '26 Michael D..:rnstein, '26 BUSNESS BOARD l.lichael Helfand, '25 Alexa.nder Grossman, '25 Sidney Reich, '26 Samud G. Berent. '26 Philip L. \Viener, 'Z5 SPECAL CONTRBUTORS Yilton 1. Levine. '2l Henry Roptz, '23 Book, llagazine Olnd Newspaper Prtsl, J84 Second Ave. :-:. Y. C. Night Editor for this ssue, Samson Z. Sorkin, 25. THE COUX-CL AKD THE PRESS The Student Council's gesture a la Lusk is chiefly..f psychological anfi philosophic'interest. The faculty recently declared that Council interference with the policies of The Campus would not be permitted, so that the action of the Council does not conslitute a menace to the freedom of the college pre"s. The right of any body to control its own membership is unquestioned, but that a political organization of college men should rxerci~~ that right in an attempt to dictate what should appear in the colullms of a newspaper, is rather surprising, and an interesting contribution to current dl,, cus~ion of the value of a college education. Of course, it may be that the Council. self-effacing and self abnegating as it is known to be, realized that elections are fa~t approaching and desired to awake student opinion in order that an ahle and representative body may be elected in place of the present one. f this be so, the Council de,;erve~ praise, for not only i, its motive laudahle, but its method is uniquely interest ing and amusing. THE 1923 :\lcrocos:\ The plan,; ior the 192.; ;\icrocosm have not yet heen completed. but in(!ic?! ion, are tha.t the book will SUrpass its predece!'.."or~ in artistry and the intimacy that makes it of interest in years to come. Several features have heen added, the size of the book has been altered and other chan~cs made to increase the at tractiveness of the annual. Previous editions of the :\ficrocosm have not been a.~ S\ccessft:! as they might be because proper support was lacking. The annual is regarded as a senior, instead of a college, publication. A chan::e in attitude is necc:'sary if the promise of the 1923 book is to be fulfilled. The amendment to the Student Council constitution reducin~membership by half is a move in the right direction. f the c1as..o;es ratify it, the next Council win be a compact body in a position to do some real Work. The basketrn.j1 team!'occms headed for another all Eastern championship. f it comes through on this hip and against Cornell next v.. eek, it shuuld have a ckan slato:. [ Gargoyles ;HE CAMPUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, We.., feel, wicked to -( ay. -, " ot ling but grim humor 1\1 sattsf) us. Bdtold then, the opening liucs of a (lamph'let found on OUr Scat last 1'1 d.a. "n r f lurs y. t' l' workt'rs h"l\'l' f:lulld students sleeping in cenl~ ctenes." \V ~.11 least an' c.i:-.eriminating. LC'cturc rounls and the (,n at (;111 ar~ 'llite sllflri,,"t, thallk you. ",." " \u~!'ola. wr afl' low providing 15,000 stu. dell,ts e.ach day with one Subslantial m"al." 1."," ~ r. lallllllond rail lilld food for thought in the ahon....., A Hussian professor s sa,tary is cquh-d.iel1t to ab~ut $10 a year, plus a scanty and frequently tardy food ration,.. " \\ hat h", he Board of Estimate! THE. TRUTH N TGHTS Life S a l'lrhlu!'> thing. t's like all egg that hasll't quit,, <.t dut:d wlal,tlh."r to turu iilto an Hlll'let or hccollll' hard boiled. And yet so many people try to give the illlpression hat hey have it tamed and eating out of their hand. Will'l they e\,l'1l aren't on spc.j;king terms with th(' illt. xplit.'abk, ( oll... ider. f(1r :Stal1C(. ~u(h a tit t.., 'as "Tranlping Oil Life."' Wl han "0 '1uarrd with the hook. t is the virilily of ho lille that knocks our breath out. Lou \\ arsott is he only person we can think of who would dt..,"ibcratdy trdmp on Lifl. As for ourself and nl0st other people, we look for Lift- timidly, walking on our tpc:,. And t'\'t.'1j as wc look for hef, Life, the vixen, rn','p, hehind. whacking u_ over the skull. wa, hc suuw"y hat the phrase "The Truth in Tig-hls" popped illto our nind, and it scemt'd such a heauliiul thoughl, so full of subtlcly and puances, that Wt.' wt'rc almost ft'mptcd to approach the young lady Truth in behalf of ~r. Ziegfdd, or the Police Gazelle. t secmed such.a worthy objer:t, to disst'minatc Truth, to tell the world ahout Life, ahout the Stud"nt Council. On the impulse (f the moment, we turned to the maiden whost.' hreath was fanning the napc of our Heck. ' Tell us,"' we whbpered gently, "ell us, little one, whdt is Uk?" She looked al us with large empty eyes and opened her mouth "Life," she answercd, "is a piece of chewing gum, swcet at tirst. tasttless nlost of the linle, Now, freshy, if you a~k any nore questions ru c all a cop." 'Ve di,tinclly rememlher the last sentence she uttered, hu as ior the first-we arc inclined to believe it was the product of our imagination, evell as the delightfnl pictllrc' "'(' cot1.iure-ci lip-of the Truth in tights. BLANK (\Vrillen as ii there had been an llter Collegiate Board of Censorship). Poetic License No :\ student had always thus greeted, A vcry delightful young miss, \Vith a juky, resounding (deleled) Bl~t OW he is iorct'd to do this,.111>1 offer a cold ".ulation; And who has the young- Jnan to thank For this inopportune expiation? The i!;:ad~c:::) l t l1~ors (h1ank. hlank)! FORECAST 1923 han'lt"l't. February- (ieorgl' \\'a:--hillgloll will he se('n rutting chr-rry trees in ('\'tt\' rot1icftion('r~'!'hop. ~11Hr llt... will continue' to ("ut c1assc!'.!'ktlln.'~ 01 Pn... idt. nt anlil1g' h('!\\,('cl1 \Va~hingt('lll ilnel Lincoln wi!t Rr:lcC' the pagc's of th('?\(~w YO k January- Proft's... or~ will 11(' tronhll'(1 with insonlllia. ~fatl\,urlen\; \\'ill leal"<' college hurriedly. Th,. Board oi E,ti111ale will h",1 a lil e hundred dollar American and thc" Journal. March- ~h'l \\'ill hegin to "itand on windy :-.trcrt C'ofnCr~. Sale~ oi hil1orul;tr~ and!'op~'-gla~~('s will incre-:1sc. April-, :-:nrsemaid, will hegin t" ~mhnlate ahont the Campus. Classes will be cnt violently. May- Stud,.nts will... ~in n snorc anrlibly in Chapel. Professors will feet drowz.'". The President of he Sttt<lt-nt Counril will faint durin~ an important srsc;;ion. June-. TexthoOks will he,h,,\l r and ha"trly glanced ov.. r. Pfl1fessors will be trouhlerl with insomnia. Man.'" sturlent. will lral e college hurriedly. 'Ve an "". very 'ad. You <ce we have made il a hahit not to rrac1 what \','C' wrile. for obvious r("it".nn~, hut to.d"y, inadvertently. n' glanced ol ~r the Remtnnton-and-.whl say more? \Ve are sad, very sa<l.... -Abel. COUNCL CONDEMNS ATTACKS ON MEZES Student Board PUles Resolutions Protesting Against The City Officials' Recent Stand " set of resolutions were passed at the Studenl COllncil meeting last Friday, deploring "the unpleasant puhlieity that has recently appeared in the pllhli, press re!larding the college,"' and appealing to those in au thority not to '"diminish in any way, the effectiveness of OUr college or the dignity and pllblic "st"em" of the college officials. "MKE" PCTURES Ali Fehruary '2.1 len must have their ~ ictures for the 1923 Micro COS taken before ~nday, January 15. Slips to the photographer ilia), be secured frolll Fas. '23, on t.. yment of a 'll " dollar deposit. June and August men should have their PRotos takcn he fore Fehrltary fir,1. ndh idual snapshots lust ll' supplie<l before Fehruary fifteel;th. ASSOCATE ALUMN RE-ELECT OFFCERS The fl'sollliions were designed to Robert F. Wagner, '98, Again Presprotest against th" r,'eent attacks ident-,adopt Amendment to Elect Officen by Balloting lipan Presidenl Mezes by Mayor Hy- an aud COlllptroller Craig who de- Tf.e Associate Alumni of the Co:- rlared that the P"'sident by residing :'ge otld its annual m :e'ing Satu: in he home set apart for hat pur- day '\'~n;ng :0 the Main Building. Justice Rohert F. 'Vagner, '98, of the pose sil1("c tilt' ronstrurtioll of the Supreme Court, president of the prest'nl rellle!:e huildings in l'loi. has.'\umni, was chairman. New officers h('('1) rec('j\'il1j,! a total conlp(,l1sation for the year were clected and an Phi Sigma Katlpa held a conv~ntion in excess of what he law permits. amendment to the const~tution 'ceepted. to 30, at the 'Villard Hotel. Zeta in Washington, D. C. from Dec. 27 The city officials in maintaining tl"'ir position attacked the president The Alumni adopted an additioll to chapter of C. C. N. Y. was represented personally and used language of such the by-laws providing for the election of officers by ballot, and per Kappa announces the pledging of by a large delegation. Phi Sigma a character as to arouse the indignation not only of those connected mitting duly qualified members to Harold W. Wilson 24. wilh the colle!:e but of impartial observers present at the time. mail their ballots to the secretary. The following officers WCTe reelec Pr"sident M ezes i. now in Bcrmuda upon doctor's ord, rs. Arlvice. are that he is doing well, an<l it is hoprd that he will be able to return in the near future. The resolutions follow: "The Student Council, representing he,tudellt hody of the College of the City of New Vork, disturbed by the unpleasant puhlici!y that has recently appeared in the puhlic press concerning The College of the City of New Vork:- RESOTXED sl.-we arc deeply grateful for the benefits of higher education that are extended to us through The College of the City of New York. whic.h from 1847 to tbis time ha. bern the capstone of the puhlic school system of this city. 2ND: We honor the memories of the far sighted founders of the College who realized the importance of an educated citizenry in a democracy; and we pledge ourselves to give back to the community which supports our College a full measure of patriotic citizenship as honest workers in the, arim" callings and professions which we shall later pursue. "3nD; \Ve earnestly beseech those in authority not to diminish in any measure the effectiveness of our College nor to lower the dignity and public esteem of those who are l'harged with the administration of The Col1eg~ of the City of New York." ted for the coming year: President-Rohert F. Wagner, 98. 1<1. Vice-P.-William H. Kenyon, '76. 2nd. Vice-P.-Juli". M. Mayer, '84. 3rd Vice-P.-Bernard Naumberg, '94. Treasurer-Charfles M urr.y\. '84. Secretary-Donald A. Robert., '19. Historian--John S. Battell, '73. Associate Historian-Howard Green, '02. Directors (to serve until 1926): William H. Kenyon, 76, Sigmund Pollitzer, '79; Ogden D. Budd, '81'; Benjamin B. Hoffman, '85; George M. s. Schulz, '92: Leon Huhner, '90; Bernard Naumburg, '94;. Edwin Goldwasser, '97; Sidney H. Herman, '98; James A. Foley, '01; Edward B. Levy, '04; and Edward F. Unger, '11. Nominating Committee:- Louis J. Ladin, '84: R. Russell R~qua, '87: Frederick E. Stanton, '92; Carl W. Kinkeldey, 93; Jesse W. Ehrich, '94; Clarence G. Galston, '95; Herbert M. Holton. '99; Mario E. Cosenza, '01; David B Steinman, '06; Winfred M. Stern. '07; Charles Rosenhaum, '; Peter L. F. Sabbatino, '12: Max E. Greenherg. '16: Leo 'Mann, '19; Arthur Taft, '20. nspeclors oi Election: J o,cph E. Solomon, '16; and Milton Voungwood, '17. Publication Committee '-Lewis S. Burchard, '77; Sigmund Lorenz nrich, '11; Downer, '86; Frederkk B. Robinson, '0-1. Auditors: -E. E. Ro.smorr, '10 and Samu,'l Kraft, '12. SEVEN ARTS SOCETY PLANS ACTVE TERM CLASS REPRESENTATON N COUNCL S REDUCED The Seven Arts Society was reor- --- g-anize,1 Friday in Room 208. The cl.1 (Continue'li from l'ai;~'11 dub two years ago was a very activ(' wa.. clone away with when the cdnne, conducling lectures of a philoso- ilm-in chid of The Microcosm was phir and artistic nature. "holish.. rl heeause that publication is Th.. purpo,,' of he c1uh is to de- thl' annual of the,tudent council and nnl a """'ponent part of that body. \Tlop tll' appn. ciation and undcr5tanuillg' oi th... arts amollg its nlcnlbcfs. A feature of the new plan i~ the tlnissioli of reprt.'scntati\'('~ of the first T,.. plan is 10 hal"<' frequent discus Far rlass. \\'hen the question taken "icl1:'o \\'h\.~rc.~ l~arh man will be givrn full opportunity for self exprcssion, to ha\'(" l'ach nh'mbcr read papers, and to hold in'qlll'llt h.'c~ljn's. eonce-rts will hl' ht:ltl and plays attended. rhe fl'al work of the society will 'l'gin n<"x lerm. t is expected that "'111"11 111('1\ ;"S nrat1c1t~r ~fathcw~. Sin d;';r.<'wi,. :and Heywood Broun will speak. 'rok"or lird W. Stair will act as a<ivisor. The next meeting will he held Friria.\", 2:.10 P. )of. in Room 309. ACTOR TO SPEAK Hi FRENCH JANUARY M. Ernc,1. Perrin, the distinguished French aelor who spoke at the Col "ge ahout two years ago, will lecture.;!tur<<lay, January th, at o'clock in Room 105 on "La c,)te <'Azur, mpressions de Voyage." The lecture will he in French and will h~ iustraterl with <id~s. up at a previous meeting of he Council, he yearling, oltncillors objected to the exclusion of.0 large a part of the student borly. The question of representation for the entering class wa. finally setllccl by a compromise measure ailowing the president of the Fehruary class of freshmen to sit as a member <luring the fall term. The reorganization amendment was drawn up by a special committee consisting of Milton Greenberg, '23, Vice-President of the council and "s" Michaels, '23. Reorganization was first considered hy the council at a meeting on December 15th, when Greenberg '23, in troduced an amendment (tltting the council membership from twenty-five to eight. The proposed cut was considered too drastic and after discussion of the plan a committee was appointed to draw up a complete re-or GREEK GLEANNGS 0.. Friday evening, Dec. 29, Delta Alpha fraternity hdd its annual Christmas dance at its hous~. T,, sel enty-l'ighth annual convention of Delta Kat.pa Epsilon was held at W:ashington, D. C. during the Christmas va,,"3tioll, Reginald COllklin, 2-1, represented t he chapter at the CO\'<'ntioll. The collservati\'t: policy of the fraternity was departed from by the revil'al of the eharterof the Zeta Zeta chapter which had been discontinued during the Ch'i1 War; the Zeta Zeta chapter,is 10W located at the Louisiana C, tl\enary Clliversity. Delta Beta Phi held its annual con.-elltion and hanquet at the Hotel Vanderbilt during the holiday week. rving Sprilltzen '26, Abe Targum '26, Jack \\'eisberg '25 and Samuel Farber 25, were initiated this semester, Omega Pi Alpha fraternity held a party during the Christmas vacation at their house, 34 Ed~ccombe Ave, on Christmas night. Alpha and Betta chapters combined to make the affair n success. t has been definitely decided that a formal'dance wil.! be held on Wednesday, Feb, 21, 1923 at the C. Waldorf Astoria. Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity recently initiated Albert E. Seyman '26, and Bernard Fluegelman '26. The fraternity held its annual convention last wel'k at Chicago. The twelfth annual cotfvention of the Tau Delta Phi fraternity was held on Dec. 23, 24 and 25 at the Hotel Astor. Ou Dec. 26,the!'ew York chapters were hosts to the visiting fraters at it smoker in' the Hotel McAlpin. ~,.n1<'rol5 affairs completed the fes lviti,, of the: week. Another smoker will be held at the Hotel McAlpin on!'alurd"y, Jail. 13, Sigma Olllew" Psi announces the pledging of Samuel Tripp '25. The allnual coll cntion was held at the Hotel },{calpin during Christmas week, irom Dec. 27 to 30. The three men thell iuitiated arc Samuel Candel '26, Pollitzer 'i9; Julius Juskowitz '2( d H Charles A. Sdtlossherg '26.. an arry 'hi Delta Pi announces the pledging of rving Paley, before the Christlas vacation. The Christmas week fcsli, ities, the smoker, convention, h'"1 uet and dance the lalter being h"'d "t lotl'l 51. Regis, were all well alt, nded hy frater,. On Sunday, Jan. 7. nj, Solomon Shuiro, '25, and les,.ie Diamondstone '25, were initiated at the c~ntral room. Alpha Mn Sigma recently initiated H.' man L. Sa kolsky, 23, Moses Steiner, '25, and Meyer Stein, 26. At the annual convention at the lotel Martiniqu~, the Metropolitan chapters of Alpha Mu Sigma acted as hosts to the 'isiling del, gates. Pi Gamma Alpha fraternity announces the pledging of Samson Z. Sorkin, '25, Max Dym, '26,.and Herman Sawicky, '26. House-parties are!p"en at ils new house, 542 W. 113 Sf, after!he hasketball games. Tau A:lpha Om~ga announces the initiation 0& Fred. Schwartllberg, '23, and Sidney Oku", '23. Recent pledgees are Feldman, '26, and Rosenthal '26. Gamma Delta Phi fraternity, of which the Gamma chapter was organized in the College at the beginning of the seme'ter will hold a banquet and <lance at the Wlli1e Rose Restau ganization program. The new plan which goes into tffect next term, was a direct rr.ult of the Committee', rant on Saturday, Feb, la, recent pledgee is Sechler, '26. A activity. -R.. S.

4 Perhaps a11 around t n The fonner us as inferio How long Columbia t~ licient couro ~ve Columb with them : As far hac memory of oulstlves bel llomingside out requiring del their con And nov issued last F stth success games on a The stn domineer ave ham diamom <OOlPliment (J year armngel retum to Cc Last wee question a:nd -give us a ga:n they wouldn' an do the Sl And we not yet been not yet been hers that it plimentary t i Lou Osbins ' power to sho And tile Col And we Support Colle six. And on six yean; (no the trend of lumbia buncl ing on this: Stui!tnt Opi Fordhar funeral sen'i Poor Ja again. His not a hro\\"r t was how or othe ing presence was "for th wearing hoo Milty And when, and ate all We11 admit have been t of Teaching Are WE Week? f, Oingon the no loyal legi l"ilin1!er 1 on't think both in pra

5 How long. o~ Lord. ho\~ long? How long shall we continue to allow Columbia to dictate t~ 'lis. When shall we gather unto ourselves sufficient courage and pnde to assert our rights? When shall we finallv ~ve Columbia to un.derstand that \~e do not regard our athletic me~tings with them as a gracous condescell<;lon on thei r part? As far hack as City College men can remember. so far back that "the memory of man runnet~.not to the. contrary." we have tacitly placed oulstlves below Columbia s dass. For the sake of the games with the llomingside institution we have year after year visited their field. with OUl requiring the recognition of a return visit. We have had to play under their conditions and their officials. But we have submitted. And now we are submitting again. The Columbia baseball schedule issued last Friday, has us booked for April 7th at South Field. For th~ stth successive year. At the same time Columbia plays X. Y. t'. two games on a home-and-home arrangement. The strange part is that we allow nu other :Metropolitan college to domineer over us in this disgraceful fashion. True, we have visited Fordham diamond for the last few years, but the Maroon has returned the <OOlPliment on our basketball court With K. Y. U. we have alternatingyear arrangements in baseball, football and basketball. But we passiveh' relum to Columbia each year.. Perhaps that is why we are shown more respect and recei\'e better a11 arolmd treatment from N. Y. U. and Fordham than from the Lion:'. The fanner know us a~ their peer. the latter must have come to regard us as inferiors. Last week we spoke to one of the members of the F. A. C. on this question and he said: "We have to play on their grounds or they wouldn't -give us a game." Then hang the game! We dropped Princeton because lhey wouldn't make a home-and-home arrangement in basketball, and we an do the same with Columbia. THE CAMPUS. TUESDAY. JANUARY 9,1923 FROSH FVE TRMS FORDHAM Yearlings Avenge Defeat Administered by Maroon at Last Meeting in 1919 SEGHARDT AND ROHAN ARE STARS OF GAME Fast Play Features First Half, Which Ends 12-4 n Favor of Lavender Second Half Uninteresting SWMMNG AND POLO MEN MPROVE FORM Coach McCormick Working Men Hard n Preparation For Princeton Contest Since th~ vic lory O\'er the U. of 1'. the water-polo team has been improving both in its defense and oftense. Every member of the poto squad is heing pushed hard for his position. and as yrt the line-up for the PrincetO1 met:t is in douut. Cr,ar!! ~lccormick is (i"ing special 1J0.,. 'arker's "'orgallized freshman allelltiol to the oftense. The d.fentram mac,," it 1\\'0 'traight last Satur-,ire work was splendid ill the U. of P. day night hy rolillcillj.,: the Fordhanl t'lh'ountt'l"t hut the offense was 110t Frosh by the score of Stilt illl- ;: "lough ior a champiollship team. bued wilh the spirit of,>ay showl in "~ac" has beeu experimenting. tryi"'g the COll1mer(,'e game the young:stcrs, ('\"t'ry ll.an at the various positions, in pl;.n c\ hrillialll halt ill h" first half. h- "'Hlt-amr 10 hil th" most "ftecli"e :\ tlittt'rt'lt hrand of pia.," ft 'ltllr~d the comhination. The only position at St'\'ol1d hali howl \,l'r. the poor work prt'scnt. at which onc nan holds sway of hoth f<'am~ makill){ thr g-anlc slow 11l1cLispUl'<1, is that of left back, at llll! 1llillh'n. ~till).!. Till'!"('on.' at half whidl Capt:lin G('nr~(' Shapiro seellts tim.' "as 12 4 ill fan.r oi the Collrl(e a fixture. "Littlc" George Shapiro yearlings. is having a close race for the right The iaq 11l'C'till1,!" oi the two schools hark henh. Tannenbaum. who played \\ a" in l(n'j.,\t that time after a hard i':' ).:o;t!-h'hll r at the l!. of P. met"'t. is fl/..!ht. "Happy " Ha!pcrl1... team sue- hl"in~ pushrd h~ Kukic." for that )osi <''lh(',1 10 th.. oll,laugllls of a fast lioll. Clancy. who pl1yed a good game ~tarooll <jl1l1ltl't. 1'\0 agre('nlcnt could at center forward in the last meet. is he readed tire iollowing two years encountering some stubborn opposition an.1 thl' Frosh \\'l''l' dt ullavrllged. An from Schecl... Schecter. who was opportunity aro~e this year, the cub~ ron~iri("r('d the logical illcun1hent of made the most of it. Displaying at h. position. was krllt out of he 'enn lllt' tlrw fla~hy haske-tha!. and. at another. game b('caus(' of an illjurrd ear-clrl1n, \Try poor teall1 work. rhey hut is quite well now and is pulling ll1ana~('d to nutrias", a poorly org;lizl'ti lip a lin'ly J:!an1e to r('g-ain his st::a.nd Fordhalll five. ing. "Kid" Schnurrr. who relieved Clancy for " while in the Qua~r The Yearlings hegan with a ru!h. Goldberg l11;dr a beautif,,1 shot just!!ame. is slill making a strong' bid for forty sel'ol1ds after the gan1c st.rted. tlh.' position. Tht' position ~fa~ ),tahon ~tartl'd the h.all rolling for still i~ in doubt. F(lrdham. when hl' cohntcd on two At dt forward. how{'\ l'r. Dondrro, free attempts from the foul linc. After who.scored four touch goals in till' en Solomon put one in from nid-field. ("Punter with l f. of P. S('('11S in little lire :\"roon yearlings found the Col- dangcr of losing his grip on his job. lege defense well nigh impenetrahle. whilc "Tarzan" Trachrnan is manag Th<, Fro,h wrre playing well at this ing to keep his margin of advantage ~tag('. (;oou pas~il1~ and d('\'cr feint- ('\"t'r his rolllpctitors. illg i('aturrd their play. After Gold- Since the swimming team's first d~berg missed his second try fro 111 the fe"t at ", hands of Penn. the squad 15-foot mark. Sieglr"rdt. followinl( up has heen firsl hrough constant and And h. tt T ) thorough workouts. in the effort to we can begin right now. The varsity baseball schedule has t e pay. put 111 a pre,. olle. w 1110re wcre> added tn the yearling score dr\'rlop tho prol11ising material unnot yet b een ratified by the A. A. board. The game at South Field has wlll'n (;oldhrrg Jallird twice on free co"ered in the meet. A new natator not yet been approved. And it never will be if the A. A. board remcm- tril". ~!acmahon was striving to has hren ad,kd to the back stroke hers that it was elected for bigger purposes than the granting of com- hrp thr scorr dose wilh shots lrom e\'ent in the person of Glynn the forplimentary tickets to themselves. George Shapiro '23. Ted Axtell '23, the 13 fool line, but to no avail. The 111fT 440 man. who is fast rounding Lou Osb h f d d 12 4 into finc form. The relay team has ins '25. Sam Sorkin '25 and Sid Rosenberg '25 have it in their a en e -. After some "ilcl p""inl(. Rohan hrell improvillg steadily and ~e same power to show Columbia. onee and for all. what's what and who's who. ' d t th raged a long olle to start the second 1:.'111 w lc "as entere ~gallls e And tile College should hold them responsible. f G. t kit. of P.. ", oppose the Princeton ag- 13. ramgcr was a en OU t on p('r~.... onal... (;oldh('r~ ~ot hack both point!'. gregatlon. And we think that the fellows-the men who are interested in and Support College athletic~will back our stand. We've talked to five or six. And one of them--a fellow who has followed Lavender sports for six years (no, he wa"11't in the College all that time)--about summed up the trend of opinion when he said: "We've been kowtowing to that Co ~ia bunch long enol1gh." We'd like to get a line on the general feclmg on this subject and sincerely invite communications, either through Sluiltnt Opinion or dirfft y to oursel\'(>s. Fordham "ang their old song "\\"e'll do or die for Fordham." funeral services were well attended. The Poor Jackie's certainlv out of luck. He just missed that high hat, again. His last goal alo~e was worth a nerby. at the very least. anrl not a brown ont'. either..\nyhow, rememher what Lincoln ~aid, Jackie. t was good tu sec Tom Thorp back at his old job again. Somehow or other a basketball game isn't quite complete without his -milmg presence. Before the contest, Tom informed the press that the game was "for the championship of the Ku Klux Klan." Our J1l('n weren't wearing hoods, hut they kept Fordham guessing, anyhow. Milty Greenberg was rather nettled by our cntlclsm of last week. And when we saw him at the Campus smoker-where he "crashed in" ;d ate al~ the fruit-he promised to show us up at the Fo~dh~m game. e11 admit the cheering was much improved. But the smgmg could have been hetter-and we know. for we have passed Ed. 15." "~ethods of Teaching Music." ---RE---LA---Y- S WON BY FROSH,.,H'n!'{' g:arnerf'fl wo from the 15- fool lil1c'. l l~ttatl 110\\ ~l1hstitut('c for NTERCLASS Plaut who h,,,\ gone in for Mason. _"fter a rourh scrinltnagr, Rohan ~ ag(.'d hi~!'('('ond one from the side hringing- the ~L"\roon within strikin~ di:--lanc(', The.' Year1in~s wert' out :.i,yill!! Fordham but failed when they 1,!O withill the foul line area. Sicg """t hrought he crowd to ils feet Yearling Teams Capture First and Second Places-Juniors Third Others Unrepresented Thrre freshman teams and one juwhcn ioolill~ his guard on a prrtty lillr aggr('gation competed in the first it.jllt. h(' hroke through and scored. :l1llltlal intcrt'la~s (('lay tnert n the Fnnlham rf1(lrd the field scoring when }.!ymnasiulll last Thursday. Nary a Rohan drillhlcd clown thl' fic1e! for his soph or s('ni~~ team.faced the s:arter hird,, orr. Gotdhrrg brought hos- ill a compel1t,on wh,ch was desgned tilitit's tn a \ o... e. whc'n ll' caged hy the track authorities for the exollt' of the two attcmpt:-.. Thr final pr('~s purpose of bringing out mater _rn~c '"'' C)- 13. i,,1 to represellt the College in the Sirghardt \\ a... the individual star. coming indoor rclay carnivals. (;oldbrrl': playrel \\'<,11. though his foul Thc respollse of the classes was,hnolin!! was far from heing good. r"ther disappointing. and in ord~r to Solomon.~!a,on. Levitt. Hattoll and -limnl"t" interest. Coa('h MacKenzie Plant also did thrir bit at opportune and!>!;lager \Vhynman arc endeav ~llnm(,lt~. Rohan. Granger 1{3c~fa- "rin/-! n have imdgnia aw:lfded to tlll~ hn" a"d ri-h worked well for the t_am which makes the hest showing ~f:hoo1. per, Flattau for ptaut. Blumenrcich for ~olomoll, Solomon for llumen Are we going to have a big attendar.ce at baskethall practice this wc: k? f we don't it won't be very much to our credit. The team is /Ong on the road for two hare! games. two games in which they will have :~ lo~allegicn to hack them up. But we can give them a ~('nd-off l that rrifh. 1 l1lm1!er \\ith th('m till the\' take th,' count against Syracuse. And we Umpire:-Tom llon't tho k " fib' \..', n t would he out (jf place to ~ivr Xat Holman a g ar5l1y. both n practice and at the game. The inc-ujl: C. C. N. Y. Frosh (19) Fordham Frosh (13).. F. Steise\ ~it'gh:trdl H. F. Grainger ~la'ol L MacMahon.l'\ ill.. C. Rohan Solomon H.. (; Hopper (;0;,1, irollt lidd :-Goldberg, Sol <>l1on. ~eigharrh o!) rish Rohan (3).!\furphy. (;oals jrflm ioul :-Goldberg (\1) ~fac~lahon (.'. ~uh~tittllion~ :--- ri~h for Stc;scl.!.urphy ior Hopprr, Plaut for Mason, ~lei,c lor Grainger. Murphy for Hop Thorp.-Columhia. Rcferee.-E. H. Hasl;ng<-Corncll. Time of Hah'e,,-15 minutes. ill the future meets. Two of the freshman teams finished ahead of the junior combination, which. after getting an early lead through the eftorts of Collier, dropped hark wh('n Kasnowitz, the second man. tripped. The yearling aggregations were well-balanced, and finished a yard apart. The summary is as follows: Relay won by Freshman team No... (Sober. Sieget, Friedman and Dodson); second, freshman team No. 2., (Mittleman. Levy, Dickson and Schien); third. junior team (Collier, Kasnowitz. Abelson and Sussman). GEO CLUB LECTURE Lew ochherg. '23. will speak to the Geology Society on "'ron Ore and ron Depositing Bacteria". On Friday. January 12 at 10 o'c1ock in Room.lU. BERNSTEN ELECTED ASSSTANT MANAGER Michael J. Bernstein, '26. at a meeting of the A. A. Board Thursday, was chosen assistant football manage~. B~rnstein Aside {rom being a junior football assistant during the last season, is a luembcr of The Can11>us advertising board. 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6 How, Columbia ficitnt c( give Colt with ther. As far memory ourstlves }laming;; out requi der their And issued las sixth suc~ games on The domineer bam diarr complimel year arrru retum to Perh: a11-arotmd The form us as infl Last question! -give us a they woul <an do th ';! ', r{! l i1!, : : '-, i, ~ )- :,r :1' jl:, Hi J" ( :;' j! i' ( i. ~ And not yet b not yet b hers that plirnentar: Lou OsbiJ power to And the And support ( six. Ani six years the trend lumbia bl ing on tl Student ( Forr funeral ~ POOl again. 1 not a hr t \, how or ing prese was "fol wearing Mil And wh and ate We'll ac have bee of Teacl Are week? roing OJ: no loyal "'ill in~ don" th both in

7 How long, ob Lord, how long? How long shall we continue to allow Columbia to dictate to 'lis? When shall we gather unto ourselves sufficitn! courage and pride to assert our rights? When shall we finally give Columbia to understand that we do not regard our athletic m~etings with them as a gracious condescen.~ion on their part? As far back as City College men can remember, so far back that "the memory of man runnet~,not to the, contrary," we have tacitly placed ourstlves below Columbia s class. 'or the sake of the games with the Morningside institution we have year after year visited their field, without requiring the recognition ofa return visit. We have had to play un. der their conditions and their officials. But we have submitted. And now we are submitting again. The Columbia baseball schl.'dule issued last Friday, has us booked for April 7th at South Field. For th~ sixth successive year. At the same time Columbia plays X. Y. Lt. two gamt5 on a home-and home arrangement. The strange part is that we allow no other :\{etropolitan college to domineer over us in this (i~graceful fashion. True, we have visited Fordham diamond for the last few years, but the Maroon has returned the compliment on our basketball court With N. Y. U. we have alternatingyear arrangements in baseball, football and basketball. Rut we passively return to Columbia each year. Perhaps that is why we are shown more respect and receive betll.'r all-arotmd treatment from X. Y. l:. and Fordham than from the Lion". The former know us as their peer, the latter must have come to regard us ll! inferiors. Last week we "poke to one of th e member" of the F. A, C. on this question and he said: "We have to play on their grounds or they wouldn't -give us a game." Then hang the game! We dropped Princeton hecause they wouldn't make a home and-home arrangement in basketball, and we an do the same with Columbia. And we can begin right now. The varsity baseball schedule has not yet been ratified by the A. A. board. The game at South Field has not yet been approved. And it never will be if the A. A. board remem bers that it was elected for bigger purposes than the granting of complimentary tickets to themselves. George Shapiro '23. Ted Axtell '23, Lou Oshins '25, Sam Sorkin '25 and Sid Rosenberg '25 have it in their power to show Columbia, once and for all. what's what and who's who. And thl.' College,hould hold them responsible. THE CAMPUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1923 FROSH FVE TRMS FORDHAM Yearlings Avenge Defeat Administered by Maroon at Last Meeting in 1919 SWMMNG AND POLO MEN MPROVE FORM Coach McCormick Working Men Hard n Preparation For Princeton Conteat SEGHARDT AND ROHAN Since the \'ictory over the t:. of 1'., he water polo team has been impro\" ARE STARS OF GAME ing both in its defense and oftensl'. Every mcmber of the polo squad is Fast Play Features First Half, Which Ends 12-4 n Favor of Lavender Second Half Uninteresting being pushed hard for his position, anel a, yet the linc-'jjl for the Prinl'e' loll Hl('l't is in doubt. Coarh ~lccormick is giving special Doc. Parker's rt'org-anizcd freshnlan attenlion to thc oftense. The dden "alll ma',," il two "raight last Satur- si\'c work was splendid in the U. of P. day nij.:ht hy trouncing the Fordham ('1l'(lUlltl'r, Hn the off~nsc was not Frosh by hl' score of Still im ;.:-n"r1 "lough ior a champioll5hip team. hued with the spirit of [)flay shown in "~~h." has bc:cll expcrifllcllting. tryin.g thl,.' Commcrl'c game the young-sters, C"l'r.\ 111;111 at thl' various positions, ill play"d hrillialll hall ill the fif't half.,,,,,,t-a,,or to hit th~ most eftective.'\ ditf("f('llt hrand of pla~ f<' iltun.:d!hc ("omhi101tiol1. The only position at ~ttoh hali ho\\,l'\'('r, the poor work prt"~('t. at which onc nlan holds 'S\\'ay til both t('al1l, making thl:' ~antc slow 1111(Li~l1t('d. is that of left back, at llei l1illh'r<.... tillg. Tht ~rore at half whic'h ('apt:till (i('orgc Shapiro Se("l1S till,,' was l-~ ill fan,.- of the Colleg" a fixture. "Little" George Shapiro yearlings. is having a close race for the right T,,' la'l llutlill),! of the two schools hack h, nh. Tannenbaum, who play,'d \\"a.. ill )C)}),.\t that time after a hard as gll~d~h')(kr at the t', of P. nert, is i),!hl. "Happ)'" Halpern', team sue- hein!! pu,:hrtl h)' Kukie! fur that posi Clllllh",1 10 tl1l' o,,,laughls of a fasl tion. Clancy, who played a good game ~1:lr()oll ljl1inh't. 1\0 agn'{"nlcnt could at center forward in the last ntcet, is he reached he following two years encountering some stubborn opposition and the Fro-h w' '-e left unavenged. An from Scheet.r. Scll<'clrr. who was opportlluity arnsl' thi~ year, the cub~ rollsirirrrd th(~ logical inl'unlh~nt of made the most of it. Displaying at the position, was kept out of he 'enn Olll' tjrw flashy haskcthall. and. at an- game hcc3us(" of an injured car c1ruln, ollll'.r. \'{'ry poor team work. tl}u'y hut is Quite we1l now and is putting manag-('d to ollh-las:-; a poorly or- up a li,o("ly ganlc to f('g-ain his standgallizc.'rl Fordhanl five. ing. "Kid" Schnurcr. who relieved The Yearlings hegan with a rush. Clancy for a while in the Quak<or tioldbcrg l"ktde a b('autiful shot just ganh', is still making a strollj! bid for forty sc('oncl~ after the game "Started. tht' position. Th,' ('('n{('r ll o..;,ition ~lal'~lahon starl,'rl the hall rolling for still i, in doubt. Fnrdhanl. when he counted on two free attempts from he foul lille. After Solomon put olle in from mid-field. h,' :\arooll yearlillgs foelld the College defense well nigh impelletrahle. T\l' Frosh wer<' playing well at this stag-c. (;ood pas~ing- and c1(,\"ct fcintin~ fcaturt'd their play. Aftor Gold berg missed his second try from the 15-foot nlark. Sioghardt. following up the play, put in a pretty Olle. Two more wcre added 10 the yearlillg' s(or< wlll'tl (;oldherg t;d.lh c.l ndrc on fret" tric..;. ~f~c1\ldl0n was striving to A t left forward. howl \ ' r. Dondero, whn.!'corcd four tollch goal~ in the ('11- rounh'r with 1. of P. S('('l11o; in little dan~('r of losing his grip on his job, while "Tarzan" Trachman is managjng to keep his margin of advantage O\Tr his rompetitors. Since the swimming team's first defeat a.t the hand, of Penn, the squad has heen first through constant and thorough workouts. in the efl'ort to den'lop the promising material un CO"ered in the meet. A new natator h" h~rn adcl<-d to the back stroke keep th,' scvre close wilh shot,; from e"ellt in the person "f Glynn the forthe '5 foot line, hilt to no a\ ail. Tho nwr,1~0 lan, who is fast rounding half ended 12-4, inlo fine '"r,,,_ The rclay team has "fler s"llle wild passillg, Rohall f'rell impr. \'illg steadily and t~e same ca~cd a Jong olle to start the second) ~.111 whi(,~l was ~ntcred ~gamst the f G. kt. of P.. Wll Oppe'''. tl ~ Prmceton ago 13. ~alng('r was 1a en OUt on.per., f.'"rc ation.,onak (,nldherg got hack both pomt., '.' g wh(,11 11(' ~artu..:r<::r! two fro111 the 15- And we think that the fellows-the ml.'n who are interested in and i""t lille. Flatt.. u,. W,uhstituterl for NTERCLASS RELAY. ~fter a rough srrimrnage. Rohan is WON BY trosh support College athletics--will hack our stand. \Ve've talked to five or Plaul who hael gof1~ in for Mason. SJt:. And one of them-a fellow who has followed Lavender sports for','.. h', C;g"Cl lis ~('('on( one,ron1 t e SH,e SX years (no, he wasn't in the College all that time)...-about summed up. hringing- the :\faro<)( wilhin striking Yearling Teems Capture First and the trend of opinion when he said: "\Ve've heen kowtowing to that Co-,li,l"n,,'. The Yearlings wcr~ oui' Second r,accs-juniors Tlu,dlumbia bunch long enough." \Vc'd like to get a line on the general feel- pl"yi,,~ Fordham but bikd when they Others Unrepresented ing on this subject and sincerely invitl.' communication" either through ),!nl ",ithin the f01l1 lin~ area.. Sieg- Student Op'. r b"..,1t hrc,ught lhc crowd to,ts feet Thre~ freshman teams and one ju- nion or ( reet y to our~e ves, \\"hrn fo.)1i1~ his guard on a P;'r'tty Hinr aggregation competed in the fil st t"l'lt. hr hro~(' through and stoled. :\ltluai intcrciil~s n j;.ly llcd in the ;orrlham ended the field scoring whe'1 gymnasiul1\ last Thursday. l'\ary a Fordham "ang their old SOll" "We'll do or die ior Fordham." funeral sen' ices,,~ere well attended. Poor Jackie's certainly out of luck. He just missed that high hat, again. His last ~oal alone was worth a derby. at the very least. and not a hrown onl.'. eithl.'r. Anyhow, rememlwr what Lincoln ~3id. Jackie. The {.. hau,lri"".,1,own the fide for his soph or <<'nior team faced the starter hird scn.-". Goldb.rg brought hos, ill a cot.lpetition which was de~igncd tiliti,... tn a do't" \\ hell ht~ rag-cel \' the tra.ck authoriti('s for the exfoil" of the two attempts. The final P~('SS purpose of bringing out matcr.. ('on' \\,.\<0; )Q-.t i:d to represent the College in the t was good to sec Tom Thorp back at his old job again. ~omehow or oth('r a basketball g-ame isn't quite complete without his "miling presencl.'. Brfore the contest, Tom infonnrd the prl.'ss that the game was "for the championship of the Ku Klux Klan." Our m.m weren't wearing hoods. hut they kept Fordham l.'lessin~. anyhow. Milty Greenberg was rather nettled by our cntlcl:illl oi last week. And when we saw him at the Ca.mpus smoker-where he "crashed in" and ate all the fruit-he promised to show us up at the Fordham gamf'. We'll admit the cheering was much improved. But the singing could have been better-and we know. for we have passed Ed. 15." "Methods of Teaching Music." Are we going to have a big a.ttendance at basketball practice this week? f we clon't it won't be very much to our credit. The team is roing on the road for two hard games, two games in which they will have no loyallegic;n to hack them up. But we can give them a send off that will linl1cr "ith thl'm till the\' take th,' ('ount against Syracuse. Anrl we don't think it would he out (;f place to "'i\'(' Xat Holman a "big \'arsity.' both in practicl.' and at the "lme. Si('g-lnrdt \\a'" the individual star. rmninj..!' indoor relay carnivals. (;oldh,'r),! playe'l \\'t', though his foul The response of the classes was <ho"ting was far from being good. rather riisappointing. and in ord<.-r to ~olomon. ~a,on, Levitt, Hatlon and,imnlate interest. Coach MacKenzie 'au als" did heir bit at opportune anrl ~;,"ager Whynman are endea,, ('l1t... Rohan. Granger ~{ac~f3- "rillg" 10 h:1\'(> insignia a\\':uded to the hon and lri-h worked well for the.. m which makes the best showing ~i arnon. in the future meets. Two of the freshman teams finished ahearl of the junior combination, The line-up: C. C. N. Y. Frosh (19) Fordham Frosh (13).. F. Steisel ~it'glnrdt e F. Grainger ~a,on C. :\{acmahon Ln'ill 1... (;. Rohan ~ol"mnn R. (; Hopp.r (;""J,.. i,-olll lidrl:-goldberg, Sol ""10". ~ei~harrlt 121 rish Rohan (3), ~!url'h)' (;0.11, from joul:-goldberg ( 11) ~fac~lah"n (.11. ~uhstitutinn~> ri~h for Stciscl,!.nrl'hy for Hopper. Plaut for Mason, Sieiscl for Grainger. Murphy for Hopper. Flattau for Plaut, Blllmenrcich for Solr,mon, Sololllon for B1umenn>ich. ljmpire:-to Thorp.-Columhia. Rcferee.-E.. Ha.tings-Corncll. Time of Halvo~:-15 minutos. whirh. after getting an early lead through the efl'orts of Collier, dropped hark when Kasnowitz, the second man, tripped. The yearling aggre gations were well-balanced, and finisherl a yard apart. The summary is as follows: Relay won by Freshman team No. t., (Sober, Siegel, Fri~man and Dodson); second, freshman team No. 2., (Mittleman, Levy, Dickson and Schien); third, junior team (Collier, Kasnowitz, Abelson and Sussman). GEO CLUB LECTURE Lr'''' "oeltherg, '23, will spmk to the Geology Society on "ron Ore and ron Depositing Bacteria". On Fri ela~', January 12 at 10 o'c1ock in Room.lft. BERNSTEN ELECTED ASSSTANT MANAGER Michael J. Bernstein, '26, at a meet ing of the A. A. Board Thursday, was chosen assistant foothall manager. B-:rnstein aside from being a junior football assistant during the last sea son, is a memher.. f The Campus arlvertising JOard,!l:ext season he will assist the \'arsity football manag,'r, "lid will also have charge of tlw.", arling tealll. The A. A. Board, at the end of last,,'ason, hesitated to elect an assistant manager because of the belief that more than one assistant would be nl'rded. A committee wa~ appoint~d to study the situation. After discu,, sing the matter for two weeks, thl' l'ol1lmittee reported back to the boa rei that change was inadvisable. The ete... tion was then h<'ld. Bernstein defeat ~d thre. olher men for the office. LOST-a gold, open-face \Vahham wah h liist Thursday. Reward. Fi",('r pll''' return to Howard Eisnitz, locker PAGE THREB LOST-Wilder's "History of the Human Body. Please return to Arthur Schultz, locker ~!lt' WTE are prepared to W execute all cojlullie. 8ion8 or omieaion8 in your Winter clothes roo quirements. Thethiogs youfailedto provide to make you fit - the t,hings lou provided whicll failed to til Our large and varied provision of everyt~ yowjg men wear-from head to foot-facilitates an easy choice at moderate expenditure_ BROKAW BROTHERS O.OADWAYAT foty'socond STUU N.w Yo... CTY VST THE COLLEGE CONFECTONERY for your sundaes, sodas, and sandwiches "A REA LeO L LEG E NS T f UT 0 N" at Amsterdam Ave. and 139th St... Do You Need Extra Courses? Send for cata101t describlnq over 400 courses n Historv, Enrlish, Mathematics. Chemistry, Zoology, Modern Lanlluages. 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8 9.\. : l~l'(,l(,gy ~alh. J. lhy~il's.? J A,.! Economi~' li~tory Ch~l1istr)' Ci,. Eng. Economics.atin, ~latht'l1ali' Chellli,try Education Elec. Eng. English. Chemistry Physics. liology. Econ. 175 Engl. 24 G~rman. list. 31 M. E. 122 Ciovt..5 ~ftlsic DEScRBES 1 OF CHE Dr. Covington Ten Year Egyptian Before an audit Room 105 la,t '1 no.\, CO\'jng-toll, 'olugisl, ~pokt mid of (;i7., h," ( ' in an annual ~l'n Dr. Covington the shadow oi the exploring its il1tl the anci('nt Fg The firl't tt'\\ i the 3udicllft.' ;tiot shaded road iroll1 lor's hut at tht, The mountain high, lootnl'd 1113!ocret'T1. t i~ till' ; three. said t h,' 1', thirtt'l'n 3rfl...!'peakl'r ('!\tilllatt'd limestone in the million ton!>., 311(1 the distant <i"'flrri Pharaoh's sla\",'~ 'ast 'Uantit)' of r Dr. l'o\'inj{to1 od hy which it " the nnt1l1h'1t w; J,tC'stil1g' in a \'j\ it tremendous,lioic, Blocks i a.:ranih' had be!'n la horim nothing hut" met hundr~d thousand,erlar.rl the 'r>r this great sarco.1 nugh,earch ha~ f, the monument \\ 11'1\1(,. i,,,, l'l1iidf'r'..

9 ,AGE,OUR e:;:::: - - THE CAMPUS. TUESDAY. JANUARY ;=~ ~======~ 22X_ 9.\. ~. l~l'(,l(,gy 12 ~alh.. 1., J, h, 'h\',i,'s J, 4 Art.! Economi~'" 232 listory. 2, 3. 4 Ch~l1istry , 246 Ci\'. Eng, 243 Economics 230.atin. 2. 3, ~latht'l1atirs , 15 ehemi,tr), JJ Education it> Elec. Eng. 232 EnJ:lish. 2. J Chem is t ry 1. 2,.1, ~ Physirs.J liology.?2 Econ. 175 Engl. 24 German list. 31 M. E. 122 Ciovt..5 ~ftlsie DEScRBES WONDERS OF CHEOP'S PYRAMD EXAMNATON SCHEDULE " Monday. january 22d 12 ~f. H0..l Go\'!. t hem. 511 is!. 27, 51 E. E M. E. 232 Econornir Tuesday, january 23d Art 11.1 French 19 Ecoll..lU (;erman 51 E~l.m M.E.~4 :,panish , 53, 5-1 Wednesday, January 24th Civ. Eng, 202 Economics 220 Education 21 Mech. Eng. 242 Philosophy 5 Thursday, january 25th Hio. 27 Greek.1 C. E. 101 Hist Econ, talian 41 Eng!. 21 Latill COl'!. ii Phil. ~6 (it'rman J, 41 Bio.23 C. E Econ. 156, 2.17 ':. E. 120 Engl. 41 Fr:day, January 26th French Govt. 14 Creek 42 His!..H Phil. 18 Monday, January 29th Economics 190 Education, 41 Tuesday. January 30th FORDHAM FVE MAKES SXTH STRAGHT VCTM p, M. Bio.25 Chem. 21i2 C. E. 2l Eron,. 231 German 2, 4, 4.1, Philosophy, 3 French. 2. 3, 4. 41, H, , 54. Physics 13 Spanish 43 Economics, 271 Education 61 M. E, 230 Philosophy 2 Bio, 41 Chern. 55 C. E. 111 Econ. 131 Engl , 13 Art 31 BiD. 32 Chern. 260 Engl. 28 Geo. German -12 Ci\. Eng S Economics 2, 70, 155 Erlnca tion 16 E E.235 Gre~k 4 His!. 52 tal. 54 French 21 Govt. Math Phys. 12 Hist. 25, 36 Math. 120 Phil. 15 Span. 31 C. D. A. BASKETEERS TROUNCE TECH TEAM EDTOR S SUSPENDED BY STUDENT COUNCL (Continued from Page ) what the speaker termed "the indecent policy of Campus," The resolution expelling Aronson was revoted and finally decided in the affirmative when Milton Greenberg, '23. who was presiding.,'ast the deciding vote in a tie, lea"ing the tinal vote 7-6 for expulsion. Charl, s C. Epstein. representat;'. of the June Class. then caused an upset by reading to the C"uncil au excer.pt from th~ constitutiun providing that memb.rs can only b,' \'xpelled by a two thi"ls vote. Th,' provision, ited. Article Four, Section 9:\. Part D, Paragral>h 2, reads: "Expulsion may he hy two thirds \'ot~ of all members of the Counci!." The chairman therefor. ruled the expulsion unconstitutional and was upheld in his decision by a 7-3 vote. : Warsoff then moved that the Sttldent Council suspend Aronson in definitely from its membership. The motion was carried 8 to 5, COLLEGE CHESS TEAM CHALLENGES COLUMBA The Lavender Chess Team, champions of the ntercollegiate Chess League, will probably play Columbia's team, victors in the "c. H. Y. P." tournament, for th~ National ntercollegiate Championship. The manager of the City College team has \\'ritt~n to Columbia making an official offer, and expcrts to rect'i\'c a reply snon. J n the evellt of an acceptance. the match will he played at the Marshall or Manhattan Chess Club rooms sobn. The t'ams in this match will he composed of four men each, as in the tournaments during Christmas week. M. A, Shapiro. star of former Coltlm bia chess teams. will probably not play, hccaul"c he is t'tlr"aged in a series of matches with Oscar Chajcs. X ew York State Champion. willnillg the ltcrcoll"kiat~ League championship for the second time during their eight years of memo htrship in the LeaR'''''' and twice gettillg second place. City College Ch~" t,'ams ha"t l'ompikd all excellent recon. 111 the current yoor's activities the team has met l11uch harder oppooition than Columhia. FRESHMAN CLASS TO NOMNA:rE THURSDAY The Freshman class will hold nomi nations for ria" office" for the com ing term, this Thllrsday at one o c1ock.. Continued from Page ) The Circolo Dante.\ighieri basket Dr. Covington Tells Results of hall team beat the School of Technol Ten Years' Study of Ed~lstcin'" ioul-shootitl!; was a big ogy team by a score of.13 to 9, last immediately after chapel. Egyptian Monuments impro' cmcnt o,'er that of the pre Saturd;': in the gym. :'loe Fass and for olection should gil'" vious week, with J fouls out of 18. Rohins starred for the Engineers Before an audit'nee which crowded He also made three field goals. Jackie :'arasco caged most lof the tirjd goals Nadel and Frankie Salz chalked up for the C. 0,.\. Room 105 la,t Thursday noon. Dr. tht' highest 1l1mher of gcoals of the The l.'. D..\. team will play the no.\ Covington, world famed Egyp., \ elling. Both mcn played a stellar X. Y. l'. Cireolo this Friday night. 'olugist, ~pokt ( "The Great Pyramid of (;i,, h." Th(' kctnre was nne throw~.r~ol11 most diffi(,tjlt corner:, the team to play at Tarrytown, Jan "'... m'. ~adel a<'collnted for th e lield Tarrytown ligh School has illvited in an annual ~l'rit:' provirlect for and PMTtOlS and tallit'd iour ill the lary.!h. The "an1<' will he folllol\'cd hy d f 1 l hit ~ :wcon... la urran a( wn...-itb a. hanqi.ii:"t. the "rld~!'o of iri2 Fund." nlarked down to his credit. Ca~tain Lint'-l1p in Saturd;:\'\' f.!amc: Dr. (""ingtol spent tell years in Klauher Sl,'mrd to ha,'~ an off lght. C. D. A.. Tech. the shadow oi the 'yrami<i at Gizeh. -i, rep"ated attt lllpt. to gl'l th, h~1 ~!aras('o L. F. Holoins exploring its into'ri. r in "'arch of through the h"kel wcre to no ava,l. Mamo ~. F. KalJ thc anci('nt Time ancl tjnl(' again. T{ed's shots TrarJH.'JlJani t. Fgypti:ln ci, ilization..\!-hworth The first i, " either fell short of the mark. or rir- 1>. ',.tix L.,:. Fa', "j the slides hrought thc 3udicllft.' along tht the palt11~ shaded road iroll1 ('airo to the Doc- tor's hut at thl' loot oi tht., Pyranlid. The mountain (i slont', 485 ieet high, lootn('d 111ajt... tit ally upon the Candidates twenty-five cents to Hy Goldberg. treasurer, of to defray ballot, xpenses _ _- ~-:. MOSES i 40th Street and Amsterdam Avenue A College nstitution Bakery and Lunchroom ded Mahon. the Ca"allag-h ring and then ~nd fell Landry out. w~re ~{c- ii ~n~e~n~a~l;i ~~~h~'.~(~;;' ====il~"~,,~,,.~ts;k~)'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Forlrhatn's star performers. CavanaRh ~. ~\u,juhojl l.1~:s TERKER'S tllomr rn:.de CookiltK) talli"d four field goals. as did Landry, while Mr:\{aholl llad,' three, The HUN GAR A N RES TAU RAN T Maroon players,hnw'~, exreptional Frat and Class Dinners a Specialty ahilitv long shots, hut they were 543 \Vest 145th St.!ocret'T1, t i~ till' lan!l ~t d a g-rollp of unahl"c to penetrate th" defcnsc of thr:- thrc(',!'aici thl' i'roil :,,~or. iltld co\'er:::; "'arsity at any time in the game, thirtt't'n 3t"fl... i ~rclul1d. The The summary: ~peakcr e,tilllatt'd t,,,, weight oi the C. C. X. Y..._.(~) Fordhalll-(29) hmestone in the 1'\'f;lnid as ",'cr six Nadel L. F. Horter million ton,. and' "hown "i,'w, of Sal7. H. F. Cavanagh he distant,,"'lfrics from which the Curran!'. ~rcmahon Pharaoh's sla\', ~ had hnn~ this Edr-st('in L, (;, ltealry ".st 'uantity of material. Klanh",!{. (;. O'Connell Dr. ('o"ingtol,t'<l'riht'd thc meth- Snhs'itution" Fordham - Landry od h' n- 1\ 1,'.. dd f C 1 t " gl'ncrally helleve for loch r. :\lrcnllollgh..e ory or 1 e lnnulll"nt W;', co,"t rll"ed. >ug- :\{d\!ahon. M (' Mahon for O Connell. gosting' in ;,, i, if! ","rd picture the Ca\'anagh for McCUllough. MrCul tremendous,lioirulties of the task lough for Cat'3naR'h. C C. :->. Y. - BlOch oj :ranih' Were shown that Srhtiennan for Curran. Cnrran for ~:~,bel'n lahoriou,ly fashioned with Sehtierman. Palitz for Salz. Sal7. for hung hut a metal,aw t took nne Palitz. Palitz for Sal?. Heynich. Perl undred thousand men twenty years. miln. Prag"r. Patt~rson. and Moses,rcl.re h M ' ' t e sr>eak, r. tn complete for Schti~rman. N a,frl, Salz, atr, lis great,arrollhagn, \"l't a thor ami Klallh~r. ~ll(h searrh ha~ fail~r to re"~al that Rderec-Tom Thorp. Columhia. : e monument Was lis cd ('ven to l'umpirc-c H. H.,tings. Cornell. 1'1\1(,. i,,,, l'l1iidf'r'.. m\1nllll~' Ti",(' of haln'!'-20 mint1t('~. Near Broadway New York City 'T'WO elements are required to promote a successful concern. One is a desire on the part of the management to please its patrons. The other is the good will of the clientele. The Students' Lunch Room desires to serve the best interests of the students and requests their co-operation_ j. H. HAMMOND. Manager. All Foods purchased from well-known dealers in First Class Products OWN YOUR OWN TYPEWRTER on Small Monthly Papment8 A.L MAKES THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED U:M ANUFACTURED LKE NEW S~o'(;al Slud~ N,'llal Ralu Wholesale Typewriter Co. 3: Broadway, New York Telephone Frallk/; <i ~.J~ 11. '.l.~l~ ~ ' Dcloor add Outdoor ~ - AleUe EQuipment,..,. Everything ~or ~ every sport. lot,: ~uding sweoters. ~i»ii Jerseys, sho... etc. ~ ~"")).~~_c... ' V,~aGint~ ~ 1%6... lit... York 5:3 11M ".it. J., S The Wind Blowing Shivers Up Your Back? 11 That's a sign you had better invest in one of our college-styled overcoats. 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