Issue: 19061001

Monday, October 1, 1906
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A MAGAZINE FOR GRADUATES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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WILLIAM C. EDWARDS
WILLIAM C. EDWARDS
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTH BI-MONTHLY
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THE College opened for its one hundred and thirty-seventh year,
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THE College opened for its one hundred and thirty-seventh year, Thursday morning, September twentieth. The enrollment of students cannot be given exactly as it will appear in the catalogue, for some men who have satisfied
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Letters to the Editor
COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION
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Boston, Mass., August 2, 1906.
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ARE THE COLLEGES OF TODAY SUFFICIENTLY HONORING THE CLAIMS OF SCHOLARSHIP?
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President Tucker's Address at the Opening of College
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13,14,A1,15,16
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THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Warren M. Persons
IT has often been remarked that Dartmouth is a “poor man's college” and that an unusually large number of men are working their way through college. This idea was based upon personal observation alone, since no attempt had
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT DARTMOUTH NIGHT
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THE twelfth annual Dartmouth Night was kept in College Hall Saturday evening, September 29. The President of the College presided, and the speakers were: Judge Charles M. Hough '79, president of the alumni association and
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COLLEGE NEWS
RECEPTION TO FRESHMEN
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With the annual reception to the Freshman class by the Christian Association in Bartlett Hall Saturday evening, September 22, the social activities of the academic year were inaugurated. The occasion was exceedingly successful
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ATHLETIC MEET
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In one of the most hotly contested athletic meets seen in Hanover in recent years, the Freshmen won from the Juniors, October 10, by the margin of one point. The score was: Freshmen 40, Juniors 39, Sophomores 31, Seniors 7.
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SURGICAL CLUB MEETING
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The New Hampshire Surgical Club held its eleventh annual meeting at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, October 2. Besides the address by the president, Dr. William T. Smith '79, the program consisted of three
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COLLEGE NEWS
ASSISTANT PASTOR
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Frank Latimer Janeway, the new assistant pastor of the College Church and leader of the Union Religious Society, was born in New Brunswick, N. J., in 1880, where he spent his early life. He prepared for college at Lawrenceville
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW HUBBARD
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The past month has seen still another dormitory, New Hubbard, opened and occupied. The growth of the College is a year ahead of the preparations which the College is making for its own increase. Two dormitories, North and
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COLLEGE NEWS
HISTORICAL SOCIETY FIELD DAY
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The New Hampshire Historical society held its annual field day at Dartmouth College, October 9. The opening session was held in the auditorium of Dartmouth Hall in the afternoon. After a brief address of welcome by
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COLLEGE NEWS
ATHLETIC COUNCIL NOTES
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At the . first meeting of the Athletic Council, Dr. Edwin J. Bartlett '72 was elected president and Dr. Charles E. Bolser '97 was elected secretary. Prof. Craven Laycock '96, who is a faculty member this year, was voted chairman
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24,25,26
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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The Dartmouth Christian Association takes up the work of the present College year under conditions which are perhaps the most encouraging of, any in its history. Through a special fund it is possible, during a period of three
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26,27,28,29,30,31
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOOTBALL
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With less experienced material than in previous years, and with considerable apprehension as to whether the new rules would materially affect Dartmouth's characteristic style of play, Dartmouth began the season September 29
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31,32,33
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE NOTES
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The annual football "rush" between the Sophomores and the Freshmen took place on the campus the first evening of the academic year It was a characteristic mixup in which the Freshmen secured the ball and consequently won.
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
ASSOCIATION OF THE GREAT DIVIDE
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Richard K. Leach
There was a meeting held on Tuesday evening, the 4th of Sept., of the Dartmouth Alumni of the Great Divide, at the University Club in this city. The members met in the pipe and bowl room of the club and enjoyed a “Dutch lunch.”
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CLASS OF 1840
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Edmund Farwell Slafter, D.D., one of the oldest clergymen in the United States, and among the best known of the Episcopal clergy, died early Saturday morning, September 22, at Little Boar's Head, N. H., where he had passed his
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CLASS OF 1842
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John P. Averill died on August 16, at Concord, N. H. He was born in Mt. Vernon, N. H., September 3, 1816.
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CLASS OF 1853
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Silvanus Hayward
A letter of September 15, written by a staff correspondent to the Congregationalist, says of Doctor N. J. Morrison, president of Fairmount College, "Fairmount has an able faculty, and in Doctor N. J. Morrison a president who
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CLASS OF 1854
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L. B. Speare
Charles Caverno, LL.D., writes me: "As for me I am up to the eyes writing — Essay for "National Purity Conference" to be held in Chicago October 9, 10, 11. The topic of that Essay is "Christ and the Physical Basis of Marriage."
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CLASS OF 1856
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F. D. Ayer
Judge W. L. Peabody of Washington, D. C., spent a part of his vacation at Reading, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1863
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M. C. Lamprey
Doctor John C. Webster, Secretary of the class of 1864, prepared the following and read it before the Therapeutic Club of Chicago:
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Reverend John W. Scribner of Melvin Village, N. H., was in Chicago the first week in September and called on the secretary of '64.
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
Bishop Walter A. Sellew, whose home is in Jamestown, New York, recently returned from more than a year's absence. He was sent, last year, by the Free Methodist church to make a visitation of the Church's foreign missions. He was
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
The tributes to Judge Elisha B. Maynard, since he died in May, have been many and varied. Of these we quote that of Charles L. Gardner, Esq., president of the Bar Association of Hampden County.
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Charles P. Bowman, with his wife and two daughters, is pleasantly located at Citronelle, Alabama, a town about thirty miles from Mobile, where the breezes from the Gulf temper the extremes of winter and summer.
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CLASS OP 1876
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W. H. Gardiner
The Brooklyn Eagle of September 21 has the following concerning Harry F. Towle:
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
The seventy-two men of this class now living are engaged in the following occupations: Lawyers, 23; business, 12; doctors, 8, ministers, 8; school superintendents, 6; school teachers, 5; farmers, 3; journalists, 2; librarian,
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CLASS OP 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
G. H. Danforth has moved his residence from Greenfield to Westfield, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1883
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S. W. Robertson
Honorable Arthur A. Maxwell, attorney for the New York and New Haven Railroad, has made arrangements to open an office in the State Mutual Building in Worcester, and will represent the interests of the New York, New Haven and
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CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
Joseph A. DeBoer of Montpelier is chairman of the Committee on a Permanent School Fund for the state of Vermont, which is to report to the present session.
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CLASS OF 1885
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H. D. Foster
C. W. Bates has been teacher of German in the Boys' High School in Brooklyn, N. Y., since 1897. He teaches German also in the Brooklyn Evening High School. Last summer he personally conducted a party of ladies, fourteen in all,
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CLASS OF 1886
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Willliam M. Hatch
William H. Taylor of Hardwick, Vt., Senator from Caledonia county, is ohairman of the Committee on the Judiciary.
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CLASS OF 1888
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William Byron
Newton M. Hall is co-author with Harris G. Hale of "Biblical Dramas," a series of twelve Bible stories, arranged in dramatic form, published by the Pilgrim Press, Boston; and with Irving F. Wood of "The Early Days of Israel," a
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Doctor A. M. Norton is Surgeon-General on the Staff of Governor Proctor, of Vermont. Doctor Norton is also representing the town of Bristol in the legislature. He is chairman of the House Committee on Public Health.
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CLASS OF 1893
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H. C. Pearson
Charles C. Goss of Dover, N. H., has been elected treasurer of Strafford county on the Republican ticket.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Frank P. Dodge
A. F. Campbell is now teaching in the South Boston High School.
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Preparations for the Tenth Year Reunion of the class of '97 are already under way. The following men have announced their intention of being present:
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
Born, Oct. 12, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. Hawley B. Chase of Stamford, Conn., a daughter, Janet Pulton Chase.
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CLASS OF 1902
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William Carroll Hill
Davis B. Keniston, Jr., has opened law offices in the Tremont building, Boston, Mass.
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CLASS OP 1903
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Jeremiah F. Mahoney
A. Karl Skinner has returned to Hanover after a year's absence, to resume his duties as graduate secretary of the Dartmouth Christian Association.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Fred Chase and "Rufus" Day are at Harvard Law School.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph W. Scott
Thirty-six of the men that graduated in June are to he in Hanover this year, as follows: Adriance, Bowlby, R. Brackett, Burtch, Childs, Cooke, Cromwell, Guyer, Heyhoe, A. O. Kelley, Whittemore, T. Brown, H. C. Edgerton, Howe,
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