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    Columbia Daily Spectator 17 May 1904
    At a mass meeting in the auditorium of Earl Hall at 12:30 to-day the manager and first assistant manager ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 20 February 1904
    ... Next Monday evening the representatives of Philolexian Society and Hamilton College will meet in their annual debate in Earl ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 6 December 1904
    ... For the second time since the erection of Earl Hall upon the campus the advisory committee of the building ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 13 May 1904
    At a mass meeting in the auditorium of Earl Hall to-day at 12:30, the manager and two assistant managers ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 April 1904
    Nineteenth Annual Contest Held in Earl Hall- Decision Unanimous
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 January 1904
    ... Nagle 1905 L, L. Schuldenfrei 1905 L, negative, H. Hamilton 1905, G. Z. Medalie 1905, A. Davis 1904. 111. ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 28 October 1904
    ... pride that we feel in reading the names of Hamilton, Jay, Gourverneur Morris, De Witt Clinton, Tompkins, John Randolph ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 28 October 1904
    ... College. These contests were usually held in some public hall and were attended by a large number of the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 28 October 1904
    ... that "The Students shall Dine regularly in the public Hall," and the students were also required to wear "a ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 May 1904
    ... Perkins, E. C. Rust, S. T. McCall, E. D. Hamilton, F. 11. Davis, R. M. Poor. Pennsylvania —"W. R. ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 September 1904
    ... the University of Manchester; the Rev. Dr. Charles Cuthbert Hall, the Rev. Dr. W. L. Robbins, the Rev. Dr. ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 28 October 1904
    ... and took up his abode in the new College Hall. This building was surmounted by an iron crown, which ...