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Clarkson Integrator. (Potsdam, N.Y.) 1920-current, February 01, 1920, Image 11

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5. Deposit Fee Day—One day each year should be made a holiday in honor of the guy that invented the Deposit Fee. A better source of joy could not be had. When there is an Athletic Association as- sessment, \Take it out of the De- posit Fee\. Take the expenses for Tech Nite \Out of the Deposit Fee.\ When they come around to a stu- dent for the payment of a year's subscription to this here magazine, he signs a slip and it comes \Out of the Deposit Fee.\ That Deposit Fee certainly should be honored by a holiday in its name. One of the staff got himself into trouble shortly after the first issue came out. One of his acquaintances asked him whether he was very busy here at Tech and in enumerating his various activities he mentioned that he was an editor. Friend—\Editor of what?\ Editor—\Editor of 'What'.\ Friend—\What do you mean 'Edi- tor of what'?\ And if the editor hadn't had a copy of \?\ in his pocket there might have been disastrous conse- quences. PITTSBURGH BRANCH ALUMNI NOTES The regular meetings of the Pitts- burgh Branch were held at the Sev- enth Avenue Hotel on December 6 and January 3. The usual number of Pittsburgh fellows were out to the meetings and a general good time was enjoyed. A schedule of talks have been sched- uled for the monthly meetings during the remainder of the winter, the first one being given by Mr. R. C. Hudson at the January 3 meeting on the sub- ject, \Why Clarkson Should Have an Organized Alumni Association.\ This talk appears in another part of this issue. Enthusiasm and interest is very keen for the Alumni Get-Together Meeting next June at Potsdam. The Pittsburgh crowd have decided to at- tend 100% and to do all possible lo make the meeting and the organization of the Association a success. PITTSBURGH JOTTINGS. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hatch, on December 21, an eight-pound baby girl named Violet Elaine Hatch. Dad- dy has grown at least two inches and smokes nothing cheaper than Pall Malls. Mr. R. C. Hudson has completed his apprentice course with the West- inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company and taken up regular work in the Supply Sales department, Insu- lation Division of the Westinghousp Electric and Manufacturing Company, located for the present at East Pitts- burgh, Pa. CLARKSON ALUMNI FORM NORTH COUNTRY BRANCH An organization to be known as the Northern New York Branch of th^ Clarkson Alumni Association was formed at a banquet and smoker held at the Black River Valley Club in Watertown recently. George Stebbins was elected chairman and Fred E. Ladd secretary of the branch. J. P. Lynch and Mr. Stebbins were dele- gated to represent the local organiza- tion at the annual meeting of the asso- ciation to be held at the Hotel Bre- voert in New York January 24th. This is the first time that the local alumni have met since the banquet was held at the same place in July oi last year. All present, including a few from out of town and from out of the state, were very enthiusiastic about: holding regular monthly dinners and smokers. It was decided to have them on the first Friday evening of each month at the club. Preparations are being made for a large gathering of alumni at Potsdam during commencement week and the slogan \On to Clarkson, 1920\ was adopted. 16 COLGATE VS. CLARKSON On December 11, Clarkson lost its opening game to Colgate at Ham- ilton by a score of 43-28. Although Tech lost, the team showed promise and form. The small Colgate floor hindered our team. Roach was the individual star of the evening, scoring eight baskets, seven of which came in the last half. Captain Wilson played an excellent game while Wells did some good guarding. For Colgate, the Ander- son brothers and West played well. Against a team much larger than themselves, and on a smaller court than she had been used to, Tech made a very creditable showing, as there were times in the second half when we had Colgate guessing. Line-up and summary: Clarkson F. B F. T. T. P. Wilson, l.f 2 0 4 Pelow, r.f 2 4 8 Lee, c 0 0 0 Bezio, c 0 0 0 Roach, l.g 8 0 16 Wells, r.g 0 0 0 12 Colgate F. B. M. Anderson, l.f.... 6 O. Anderson, r.f.... 2 West, c 3 Linnitran, l.g 5 Steffin, r.g 2 Bird, r.f 1 4 F.T. 0 8 0 0 0 0 28 T. P. 12 9 6 10 4 2 CLARKSON VS. STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Clarkson won the second game of its down-state trip from the Teach- ers College at Albany, 24 to 16. Clarkson outplayed the State Col- lege throughout. The Albany \Argus'\ says: \Clarkson Tech dis- played a brand of passwork rarely seen. The passwork of the winners was excellent and at times be- wildered the wearers of the purple and gold.\ Clarkson started scoring with a rush and kept it up throughout the game. Here every man played a good game. In the last half Albany made some substitutions which evened matters up somewhat, but Tech had too large a lead to be over- come. Line-iip and summary: Clarkson F. B. F. T. T. P. Wilson, r.f 4 0 8 Pelow, l.f 3 2 8 Lee, c 2 0 4 Wells, r.g..., 0 0 0 Roach, l.g 2 0 4 11 2 24 State College F. B. F. T. T. P. Masson, r.f 113 Johnson, l.f 2 0-4 Hathorn, c 10 2 Lobdell, l.g 0 0 0 Springman, r.sr 1 5 7 McClure, U.Z 0 0 0 19 43 16 17

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