Issue: 19060401

Sunday, April 1, 1906
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Front Cover
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A MAGAZINE FOR GRADUATES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTH BI-MONTHLY
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AT a meeting of the Faculty early in the year the following vote
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AT a meeting of the Faculty early in the year the following vote was adopted: “That with a view to the attainment of a more systematic and intelligent arrangement of courses, the encouragement of discussion of questions of
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BOOKPLATE OF THE HONORABLE HENEAGE LEGGE, ESQ., SHOWING
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BOOKPLATE OF THE HONORABLE HENEAGE LEGGE, ESQ., SHOWING THE WASHINGTON ARMS QUARTERED IN THE DARTMOUTH ESCUTCHEON
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Letters to the Editor
CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN
CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN
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THE PH.D. DEGREE
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THE FOOTBALL RULES OF THE NEXT SEASON
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E. K. Hal '92
THE proposition which was presented this year to the American Intercollegiate Football Rules Committee was in its statement a very simple one, namely, "The game should be made more open, mass play should be abolished,
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190,A2,191,192,A3,193,194,195,196,197,198
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THE AMOS TUCK SCHOOL
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Harlow S.
IN September, 1899, Mr. Edward Tuck, of the class of 1862, made a gift to Dartmouth College of the sum of three hundred thousand dollars. This gift, the Amos Tuck Endowment Fund, was to constitute a memorial to his father,
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THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE GENERAL CATALOGUE, AND SOME OF ITS FACTS
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Charles F. Emerson
IN place of the Triennial Catalogue issued regularly from the early history of the College to 1873, the College now publishes a General Catalogue once in ten years; the first issue appeared in 1880; this catalogue was
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATION
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THE graduating exercises of the Medical School were held in Dartmouth Hall on Friday, March 30, at 4.30 o'clock, p.m. Earlier in the day the members of the class, ten in number, had been examined by delegates from the
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COLLEGE NEWS
MR. REID'S SMOKE TALK
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Mr. William T. Reid, head coach of the Harvard football team, gave an enjoyable and profitable smoke talk in College Hall Saturday evening, March 24. The speaker's prominence as a player, coach, and sportsman, made his
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COLLEGE NEWS
FIRST TRICOLLEGIATE LEAGUE DEBATE
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RESULTS OF DEBATES
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COLLEGE NEWS
ADDITION TO ART DEPARTMENT
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The College recently made a valuable addition to the equipment of the Fine Arts department by the purchase of a photogravure reproduction of the Van Eyck, more familiarly known as the Ghent altar piece. The Ghent altar was
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASKETBALL
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DARTMOUTH 44—YAIE 16
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASEBALL
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The College baseball team has begun the season with four defeats. Tuesday, April 10, the team played its first game, losing to Cornell at Ithaca 10 to 0, and the following day lost a twelve-inning contest to the same team 3
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOTES
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The Rev. A. C. McGiffert, D.D., professor of church history at Union Theological Seminary, preached in the College Church Sunday morning, March 11.
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1854
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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
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BOSTON ASSOCIATION FOUNDED IN 1864
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CLASS SECRETARIES
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'45 James W. Rollins, Esq., 27 School St., Boston, Mass.
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QUARTER CENTENNIAL OF THE PACIFIC COAST ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
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S. C. Smith
THE Quarter Centennial and Annual Reunion of the Pacific Coast Alumni Association of Dartmouth College was held at the Union League Club in San Francisco, Friday evening, March 30.
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CLASS OF 1853
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Silvanus Hayward
Doctor Silvanus Hayward has "been for twenty-five years pastor of the Evangelical Free Church in Globe Village, Mass. On January 2, 1906, the occasion was celebrated by a large reception of parishioners and others, and after a
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CLASS OF 1854
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S.L.B. Speare
General John Eaton died at Washington, February 9. After graduating from College, he took the course at Andover Theological Seminary. During his life he held many and varied important positions. He was state superintendent of
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CLASS OF 1856
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Franklin D. Ayer
The class of 1856 will gather for its fiftieth reunion at Hanover, June 26. Twenty-one members of the class are still living, many of whom expect to attend the meeting.
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CLASS OF 1857
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John H. Clark
Major David Timothy Corbin died at Maywood, Ill., December 8, 1905. He was born at Brasher, N. Y., August 11, 1833, but his parents soon went to Vermont. He was graduated from Dartmouth College in 1857. In 1859 he was admitted
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CLASS OF 1858
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Samuel L. Gerould
Honorable J. W. Fellows, of Manchester was one of the delegates from this state, to the recent meeting in Washington for the promotion of uniform laws in the several states relating to marriage and divorce.
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CLASS OF 1861
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George A. Marden
Edward D. Redington was one of a committee of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States to prepare a tribute to the memory of the late Brevet Major Corbin.
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CLASS OF 1862
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Horace S. Cummings
James Adams Clark died at Waterloo, Wisconsin, February 16, 1906. He was born at Randolph, Vt., fitted for college at Franklin, N. H., July 23, 1842, and was graduated from Dartmouth College in 1862. He studied law with his
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CLASS OF 1863
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Maitland C. Lamprey
Stephen Rand, Pay Director, U. S. N., on duty at the general storekeeper's office in Washington, D. C., will be advanced to the rank of rear admiral and placed on the retired list, May 11, after forty years of honorable and
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Homer T. Fuller, now of Fredonia, N. Y., has been spending the winter with his wife in Florida.
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry I. Cushman
Henry L. Oak died at Seigler Springs, California, May 20, 1905. He was born in Garland, Me., May 13, 1844. He was prepared for college in the schools of Garland and Exeter, Me., went to Bowdoin College for three years, then
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CLASS OF 1866
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Chester W. Merrill
The fortieth anniversary of the class will occur during Commencement week, and the prospects of a full attendance are very good.
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
Frederick G. Mather has left Albany and is residing at 164 Fairfield Ave., Stamford, Conn., in order to have readier access to the great libraries in the prosecution of his literary work.
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. Winchester Adriance
Willis A. Robbins is cashier and director of the Franklin National Bank, Newark, Ohio. This bank is a consolidation of the Peoples National Bank and the Franklin Bank Co.
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CLASS OF 1874
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Charles E. Quimby
Walter Parker died at Quechee, Vt., March 25, 1906, after a protracted illness. He was graduated from the Chandler Scientific Department in 1874, and has been engaged in woolen manufacturing since his father's death, being at
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CLASS OF 1875
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Thomas D. Luce
Charles A. Prouty of the Interstate Commerce Commission is prominently before the country in connection with discussion of the railroad rate hill. Among the many addresses which he has given in recent weeks was one before the
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
Andrew W. Edson is to give a course of lectures at the Yale University Summer School the second week in July, and a course at the Allegheny County Institute at Pittsburg, Pa., the last week in August. He is now giving a course
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CLASS OF 1879
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Charles C. Davis
Levi L. Conant, Ph. D., professor of mathematics, in the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, has recently published through the American Book Company, a little book of 124 pages, entitled "Original Exercises in Plane and Solid
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CLASS OF 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Edward N. Pearson, the Secretary of State of New Hampshire, performed no small part of the labor connected with the peace conference at Portsmouth. His services were warmly praised by Governor McLane.
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
Charles Fifield died in January in a hospital in Chicago, after a surgical operation. He was born in Andover, N. H., in 1857. After graduating at Dartmouth he began the study of medicine, but gave up the idea of a profession
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CLASS OF 1883
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S. W. Robertson
The death of Reverend T. M. Edmands by accidental drowning on December 21, 1905, near his home in Wahpeton, N. D., makes the twelfth since graduation. It seems that he; left his home for a walk, in the forenoon. His failure to
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
C. W. Bates, teacher of French in the Boys' High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., is to act as courier for a personally conducted party of sixteen in a "Grand Tour of Central Europe.” June 30—Sept. 6.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
Henry W. Thurston is the chief probation officer of the Juvenile Court at Chicago. He has undertaken the reorganization of the entire routine work of the Juvenile Court. Address: 7233 Harvard Ave., Chicago.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
At the request of The BI-MONTHLY, Mr. Fred A. Howland has given the following written account of Mr. Buckley's life and work:
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CLASS OF 1888
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William Byron Forbush
The Reverend John Lew Clark has become pastor of the Bushwick Avenue Congregational Church, Brooklyn.
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
John Barrett is conspicuous in the diplomatic service of the country through his success as minister to Colombia, as well as for his earlier record in diplomatic work. Having entered the service as a United States Minister only
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CLASS OF 1890
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Chas. A. Perkins
William Cogswell, M.D., was married to Miss Miriam G. Clay, daughter of Thomas Hart Clay, October 10, 1905, at Lexington, Ky.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Arthur Jewett Lougee, M.D., was married at Conway Center, N. H., Jan. 8, 1906, to Miss Lucia Morrill. They will reside at Fryeburg, Me.
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
An unusually large number of men of '94 are located within easy reach of Boston, and have taken advantage of the fact to inaugurate a series of very informal and therefore most enjoyable gatherings for the renewal of old
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CLASS OF 1895
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Frank P. Dodge
Reverend Daniel E. Putnam has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational church of Houlton, Me., after six years' service.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
Reverend George E. Lake has recently taken up a pastorate at Chelsea, Vermont.
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CLASS OF 1897
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John Merrill Boyd
Walter E. McCornack of the Chicago bar has recently published (Callaghan and Co.,) a volume, “A Treatise of the Insurance Law of Illinois." The volume is exhaustive, treating of Illinois Insurance Law with special attention to
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
Walter T. Sumner has been made Dean of the Episcopal cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul in Chicago. He is also superintendent of Episcopal city missions with a staff of workers under him.
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
A. M. Abbott has recently taken a position with the American Bank Note Company, 78 to 86 Trinity Place, New York Mr. and Mrs. Abbott reside at 9 Myrtle Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
Harry I. Marshall is a missionary in Burma. He has charge of about thirty churches, and is superintendent of a school. He has just completed a new school building.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Channing H. Cox
Theodore N. Wood was married to Miss Isabelle M. Briggs on October 17, 1905, at Middleborough, Mass. Their address is 16 School St., Middleborough.
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CLASS OF 1902
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William C. Hill
Kendall Banning has been a partner since January 1, of the firm of Bruce and Banning, Publicity Engineers. The firm handles the advertising and publicity accounts of many prominent engineering and manufacturing concerns, and
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CLASS OF 1903
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Jeremiah F. Mahoney
Charles L. Luce has been admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
John Brockway is in the office of the Vermont Marble Company at Proctor, Vt.
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Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College
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