Issue: 19060601

Friday, June 1, 1906
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Front Cover
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A MAGAZINE, FOR GRADUATES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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THE NEW DARTMOUTH HALL
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THE NEW DARTMOUTH HALL
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTH BI-MONT HLY
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PROGRAM FOR COMMENCEMENT
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SATURDAY, JUNE 23
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THE weeks of spring have swiftly passed and the Commencement
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THE weeks of spring have swiftly passed and the Commencement season is close at hand. The undergraduates have gone, glad to get away, for they are to return. The Seniors, hard upon the event for which they have longed
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NASSAU HALL
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NASSAU HALL Princeton's Oldest Building; Completed in 1756 The first building of that trio, Nassau Hall, University Hall at Brown, and Dartmouth Hall, which represent the best architecture of Colonial period.
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CONFERENCE OF MODERN LANGUAGE TEACHERS OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS
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A CONFERENCE for the Teachers of Modern Languages in New England was held on May 3,4, and5 in Dartmouth Hall, under the auspices of the French and German Departments of Dartmouth College, with an attendance of about
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FIFTY YEARS AGO
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Amos N. Currier, '56
THE writer graduated from Dartmouth College with a profound sense of its worth and of its service to himself, which years have only deepened and strengthened. At the suggestion of the editor he ventures to offer this
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TRAINING FOR AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP BY THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF PORTO RICO
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L. R. Sawyer '00
WHEN the American troops landed at Guanica on July 25, 1898, it may safely be said that nearly the entire mass of Porto Ricalls welcomed them with open arms, as symbolizing the incoming of free institutions and a republican
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASEBALL
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The College baseball season, although not rich in victories, was nevertheless creditable. Dartmouth won fifteen games, tied one, and lost fourteen. Handicapped by the late spring, which afforded little opportunity for
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COLLEGE NEWS
THAYER SCHOOL AND TUCK SCHOOL GRADUATIONS
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The annual examination and the conferring of the degree of Civil Engineer upon the Senior members of the Thayer School took place at the Thayer building on Tuesday afternoon, April 24.
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFTS TO THE LIBRARY
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JOHN LEDYARD
Mrs. E. Hayes Trowbridge of New Haven has presented to the College Library the superb work, "Japan, described and illustrated by the Japanese. Written by eminent Japanese authorities and scholars, edited by Captain F.
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COLLEGE NEWS
JUNIOR WEEK
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The seventh annual Junior Week, May 16, 17, and 18, was a brilliant success. Pleasant weather, an elaborate program, and the presence of scores of visitors conspired to make the week one of the most enjoyable on record.
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COLLEGE NEWS
TRACK ATHLETICS
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The recent track season was one of the most successful in Dartmouth's athletic history. Yale's relay victory over Dartmouth in New York January 26, and Dartmouth's victory over Pennsylvania in Boston, February 10, have
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE NOTES
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The Turtle Junior society has made the following elections from the Sophomore class: F. A.. Cooper, C. L,. DeAngelis, W. B. Evans, J. B. Glaze, M. Hull, A. M. Perkins, E. D. Rich, G. E. Shipley, P. M. Smith, A. T. Soule, R.
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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 SchoolSt., Boston, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1850
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John Ordronaux
Alfred Russell died recently at Detroit, Michigan, of apoplexy, while speaking at the annual banquet of the Society of Colonial Wars. Alfred Russell was born at Plymouth, N. H., March 18, 1831. He was the son of William Wallace
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CLASS OF 1852
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Martin H. Fiske
Judge Phineas Ayer of Duluth died there on February 28 of general debility brought on by age, he being seventy-six. He was for twelve years judge of probate for St. Louis county, Duluth, and had long been a prominent figure in
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CLASS OF 1856
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F. D. Ayer
The class of 1856 will meet for its fiftieth anniversary, Tuesday, June 26, at two o'clock p. m. There are twenty-one of the members living out of the fifty-nine who were graduated, and it is expected that more than half of them
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CLASS OF 1858
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After forty-six years of active service as a Congregational minister, Reverend Doctor Samuel L. Gerould died May 22, at Hollis, N. H., after a long illness.
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CLASS OF 1863
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M. C. Lamprey
M. O. Lamprey has recently returned from a trip to Cuba and Florida.
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
Judge Elisha Burr Maynard died at his home in Springfield, Mass., on May 28, of cerebral hemorrhage, due to the death of his son. He was born in Wilbraham Nov. 21, 1842, but his father removed to Springfield where Judge Maynard
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CLASS OF 1872
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Albert E. Frost
About Reverend J. A. Freeman, who has recently left Woodbury, Conn., after an eighteen years' pastorate, to go to Deep River, in the same state, a correspondent of The Congregationalist says: "He is a splendid all-around man—a
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CLASS OF 1874
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Charles E. Quimby
Charles O. Gates died on May 8 in New York City. He had recently resigned his position as President of the Royal Baking Powder Company with the intention of retiring from business entirely. He had also sold his residence in
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CLASS OP 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Reverend Leonard Baker Tenney is pastor of the Congregational church at Scotland, Conn. During the past year, he has delivered many lectures in Boston, Quincy, New London, and other places, on " The Immigrant Problem;" "The
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comttock
Charles Winthrop Eager died at his home in Manchester, N. H., April 7, after an illness of three weeks. He was born in Webster, N. H., June 16, 1854, but his home from boyhood was in Manchester, where he fitted for college at
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
The following members of the Class of '80 were present to celebrate the 25th anniversary of graduation:
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
Reverend Lyman D. Cook, who has been for two or three years pastor of Trinity Methodist church at Troy, N. Y., has recently removed to Cambridge, N. Y., to take charge of a flourishing church there.
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
John H. Colby is about returning from the third business trip he has made to London and Paris since last October.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
The twentieth anniversary and reunion will be held during Commencement Week. The class headquarters will be at Crosby Hall. Those planning to be present should notify the secretary of the College as well as the class secretary.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Doctor Charles A. Eastman has been appointed by President Roosevelt to go to the reservations of the Sioux Indians and rechristen each individual. Doctor Eastman has begun his work and already has bestowed nearly 15,000 names
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CLASS OF 1888
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William B. Forbush
The Reverend John L. Clark who was announced as the new pastor of the Bushwick Avenue Congregational church, Brooklyn, was mistakenly identified with Clark of this class.
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Honorable Stephen O'Meara, honorary, formerly editor of the Boston Journal, has been appointed, by Governor Guild or Massachusetts, police commissioner for the city of Boston, under the new law which provides for a single
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CLASS OF 1898
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Harlan C. Pearson
Died, in Springfield, Mass., May 27, Robert Doty Maynard.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
H. J. Hapgood of Hapgoods Bureau, Las into extensive quarters at 309 BroadOwin to the increasing business an additional clerical force was needed and Mr. Hapgood found it necessary to double his floor space.
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CLASS OP 1897
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John Merrill Boyd
On May 15 Walter F. Kelley was graduated from the Indiana Medical College, the Medical Department of Purdue University. He has refused the position of assistant surgeon at the Indiana State Soldiers' Home, and will engage in
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
A. B. Patterson is in the U. S. Forest Service, and is spending the summer in Florida.
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
John M. French was married to Miss Adelaide Emily Collins at the First Parish Universalist church, Maiden, Massachusetts. Wednesday, June 6, 1906. Mr. and Mr. French will reside in Denver, Colo.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
Frank H. Guild of Lebanon, New Hampsthire died at his home on May 7. His age was thirty years. He was for several years a traveling salesman for a grain concern. He is survived by a wife and two children.
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CLASS OE 1901
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Channing H. Cox
The Class of 1901 holds its fifth reunion this Commencement and it is expected that from thirty to fifty men will be present.
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CLASS OF 1902
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William C. Hill
Kendall Banning and Miss Hedwig von Briesen were married on May 19 at Fort Wardsworth, Staten Island, New York.
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CLASS OF 1903
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Jeremiah F. Mahoney
The triennial reunion of the Class of 1903 will take place at Hanover on June 25, 26, and 27. An informal meeting of the class will be held on Monday evening June 25, and on Tuesday evening the class dinner will take place at
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
The engagement was recently announced of George W. Putnam to Miss Bertha M. Cole of Lebanon, N. H. Mr. Putnam will be in Hanover another year, having accepted a position as assistant in the Greek Department.
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION
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W. D. Blatner
Elaborate preparations were made by the Association of Southern California for the reception to Doctor Tucker held at Pomona College, April 20, but owing to the San Francisco disaster only fifteen men could be present, but it
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THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE GREAT DIVIDE
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Richard E. Leach
A special meeting of this Association was held at the University Club, in Denver, on the evening of May 23, to take action on the death of C. W. Badgley '74—a member who has taken a most active interest in this association since
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MORTENSEN & HOLDENSEN
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