In 1913, the Myob Athletic Club of Jamestown held a New Year's party the previous evening which proved to be a most enjoyable one. Dinner was served at the Black Bear at 7:30 p.m., plates being laid for 28 in the private dining room. The dinner was served in excellent style and included all the delicacies of the holiday season. After dinner the young men returned to their club rooms which were artistically decorated. The club colors, purple and white, were used as the color scheme. Fruit punch and cakes were served. Albert Glatz spoke on The Advantages of a Steady Girl and read a poem entitled What a Fool I'd Be. Funny stories were told by George Berquist and Joe Soderstrom which provoked much laughter.