Issue: 19070201

Friday, February 1, 1907
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A MAGAZINE FOR GRADUATES OFDARTMOUTH 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 President of the College has recently returned from an extended
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GEORGE H. HOWARD
trip to the alumni associations, covering several thousand miles of travel and including meetings at most of the alumni centers. In other columns the BiMONTHLY publishes the President's summary of his trip. The secretaries
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Letters to the Editor
CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN
CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN
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EDITOR OF DARTMOUTH BI-MONTHLY:
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SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENT LIFE IN CAMBRIDGE
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G. F.
AN American tourist visiting Oxford or Cambridge for a few days would probably be able, with the aid of his Baedeker, to write an article of several pages concerning the impressions which he formed of the institution visited.
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THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP TO THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS
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BEFORE speaking of my recent trip among the alumni, I wish to refer to the reports which have been made at this conference. They are representative of the work which is going on in the various departments of the
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OUR FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
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Wilder Dwight Quint '87
YOU have heard of the fellow called Ponce de Leon, A gay, flashing blade and a swift rolling stone - At least, in his youth, which he clutched at so long That he furnished all sorts of bad bards with a song.
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THE THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES
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THE Secretaries of Classes and Alumni Organizations met at the Library of the Tuck School, Friday evening and Saturday morning, February 15 and 16, for the third annual meeting of the Association.
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PROFESSOR SANDERSON'S ADDRESS
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Professor Edward D. Sanderson of the New Hampshire Agricultural College gave an address under the auspices of the Dartmouth Scientific Association in Dartmouth Hall January 23 on "The Gypsy and Brown-Tailed Moth in New
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MR. SMITH'S SMOKE TALK
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Mr. Joseph Smith, the well - known writer and contributor to Life, gave the first smoke-talk of the present term in College Hall February 2. Mr. Smith treated his subject, "Humbugs and their Kin" with great skill. "Humbuggery,"
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MR. DURLAND'S SMOKE TALK
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Mr. Kellogg Durland, American correspondent in Russia for Collier's Weekly, Harper's Weekly, and the Review of Reviews, spoke on 'Russia in Revolution" before a large and interested audience in College Hall Saturday evening,
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BASKETBALL
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The College basketball team has concluded a series of brilliant victories on the home floor. One after another, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts State, Tufts,
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BASEBALL
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Candidates for the College baseball team have been practising two weeks in the cage. The squad includes every member of last year's pitching staff and several promising class and freshman pitchers. The schedule, announced
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HOCKEY
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Dartmouth has concluded its first full season of hockey with a very creditable record. In the intercollegiate league, consisting of Princeton, Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia,, the College team defeated both Yale and
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TRACK NOTES
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The College relay team won the twomile intercollegiate indoor relay championship, January 25, in the Columbia Relay Carnival, at the Madison Square Garden, New York. The only other entry in the event was Columbia. Prichard
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FOOTBALL COACH
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Doctor John C. O'Connor '02 will coach the College football forces next fall. Doctor O'Connor played end for four years on the Dartmouth eleven, and in 1901 captained the first team to defeat Brown. In his senior year he
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SENIOR CLASS MEETING
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The annual. meeting of the senior class, held Tuesday evening, February 19, resulted in the following elections:
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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE
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An interesting meeting was held in Dartmouth Hall Friday morning, February 22, to commemorate Washington's birthday, and in anticipation of the International Hague Conference. President Tucker presided, Doctor Waterman
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DEBATING
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The final trials for the College debating teams which will meet Brown and Williams on March fourth, resulted in the choice of the following men : J. B. Brown '07, H. G. Kelley '07, and J. M. O'Neill '07, with P. M. Chase '09,
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CHURCH REPORT
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The report of the clerk at the annual meeting of the Church of Christ showed that the church received fifty new members during the past year—thirty-six on confession of faith and fourteen by letter. In the same time there were
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CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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The program of the Christian Association has not escaped the many interruptions that come increasingly into the college year, but in spite of such interruptions some things have been accomplished which may prove of general
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COLLEGE NOTES
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The first smoke-talk of the academic year was given in College Hall January 19 by Mr. J. R. Chandler '98, a successful story-teller, who made a decided hit. The glee club rendered several selections,
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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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Lucius E. Varney
'45 James W. Rollins, Esq., 27 School St., Boston, Mass.
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THE BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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Channing H. Cox
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston and vicinity held its forty-second annual reunion and dinner at the American House, Friday, January 11, 1907.
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THE WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION
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Henry P. Blair
The thirty-second dinner of the Washington Alumni Association was held at the Hotel Raleigh Tuesday evening, February 5. Thirty-seven members and guests were present. The association has recently held its business meetings in
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THE CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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Wm. M. Gardiner
The thirty-second annual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago took place January 18, at the University Club in Chicago. There were ninety-five present as follows:
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THE NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION
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Warren Upham
The twenty-third annual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Northwest was held at the West Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn., on Tuesday evening, January 22, 1907. There was an informal reception from 6.30 to
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ASSOCIATION OF THE GREAT DIVIDE
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Richard E. Leach
The thirteenth annual reunion and dinner of this association was held at the University Club, in Denver, on Tuesday evening, January the 29th. It was the largest gathering of Dartmouth men that ever took place in the history
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ASSOCIATION OP THE PLAIN
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The tenth annual reunion of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Plain was held at the Commercial Club rooms in Omaha on the evening of January 25, 1907. The guest of honor was President Tucker. An exceptionally pleasant
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THE DAYS THAT ARE GONE
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C. W. Pollard
In the heart of the hills by that still silver stream Where the burden of time is borne changelessly on, There's a spot that once sheltered my youth's golden dream:
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THE CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION
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Albion B. Wilson
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Connecticut held its sixth annual dinner at the Hartford Club, Hartford, on January 25, 1907. A short business meeting preceded the dinner, at which officers for the ensuing year were elected
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION
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W. B. Blatner
The fourth annuual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth College Alumni Association of Southern California was held at Levy's the evening of February 7. A short business meeting opened the evening and was followed by an
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ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION
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John K. Lord
alumni of St. Louis made the visit of President and Mrs. Tucker the occasion of. a dinner at the Planter's Hotel, Friday evening, February 1.
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DARTMOUTH CLUB OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
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Lewis H. W. French
The Dartmouth Club of Western Pennsylvania held its first annual dinner, in honor of President Tucker, at the Fort Pitt Hotel, Pittsburgh, on Thursday evening, February 7, 1907.
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PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION
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E. N. McMillan
There are between forty-five and fifty Dartmouth alumni within a radius of sixty miles of Philadelphia, and about thirty-five of these live in Philadelphia. Twenty-two met Tuesday evening, December 18, at a dinner at Boothby's
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