Issue: 19071001

Tuesday, October 1, 1907
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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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Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTH BI-MONTHLY
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The one hundred
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The one hundred and thirty-eighth year of Dartmouth College opened Thursday morning, September twenty-Sixth, with the chapel service and address by the President in Webster Hall. The enrollment of students for the year is:
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THE AMOS TUCK ENDOWMENT FUND*
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The Amos Tuck Endowment Fund, the gift of Mr. Edward Tuck of Paris, of the class of 1862, is of .peculiar interest from several points of view.
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE OPENS
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Formally Begins Its One Hundred Thirty-Ninth Year by an Address to the Students by President Tucker
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THE REVEALING OF THE SONS OF GOD
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A Sermon Preached by the Reverend Frank L. Janeway, Pastor of the College Church, the First Sunday of the Academic Year
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT
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"Now in the name of him who stood that Dartmouth might stand I bid you pledge your love, your honor, your loyalty and your life." These words spoken by Melvin O. Adams, Esq., the presiding officer, and followed by the
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THE NINTH TRIENNIAL COUNCIL OF THE UNITED CHAPTERS OF PHI BETA KAPPA*
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John M. Poor, Ph.D.
The Ninth Triennial Council of the United Chapters of Phi, Beta Kappa met on Thursday, September 12, 1907 at Williamsburg, Va., under the auspices of the parent chapter at the College of William and Mary. The invitation
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOOTBALL
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DARTMOUTH 12 — NORWICH 0
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BASKETBALL RESTRICTIONS
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The Athletic Council has voted to abolish the basketball training table and to restrict the game in some of its phases. The action of the Council is as follows;
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TRACK MEET
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The annual inter-class track meet, October 17, was one of the best ever held at the Oval. The day was almost perfect for track and field events, and some of the performances were very creditable. The Sophomores' total of 42
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COACH O'CONNOR
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In Dr. John C. O'Connor '02, Dartmouth has a football coach who is a gentleman as well as a scholar of the game. A player of long and valuable experience, he approaches his work from the player's viewpoint, and thereby
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASEBALL
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At a meeting of the Athletic Council Friday evening, September 27, the following ten members of the College baseball team were disqualified for playing professionally: Captain C. P. Skillin '09, pitcher, Oak Park, Ill.; S. C.
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BAND AND ORCHESTRA
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The College orchestra is constituted as follows: First violins, J. H. Dowdall '09, Danvers, Mass. ; J. H. Finn '10, Lynn; H. P. Kelley '10, Roxbury, Mass.; second violin, W. W. Marden '11, Troy, N. Y.; viola, O. P. Greenwood
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COLLEGE NEWS
GLEE CLUB
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The trials for the glee club, held early in October, resulted as follows :
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DRAMATIC CLUB
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Trials for the dramatic club'were held October 10, and resulted in the selection of the following men : T. C. Wellsted '09, Cleveland; F. A. Carroll '09, Worcester; G. E. Squier '08, Holyoke, Mass.: A. C. Keough '11, Brooklyn;
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RECEPTION TO FRESHMEN
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The Christian Association tendered its annual reception to the Freshman class in College Hall Saturday evening, September 28. R. L. Cams '08, president of the association, presided. The speakers were: Vice President J. K.
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PALAEOPITUS DINNER
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The College Club tendered an informal dinner to past and present members of the Palaeopitus, in College Hall, Saturday evening, October 5. Secretary E. M. Hopkins '01 acted as toastmaster. Other alumni present were: Prof.
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THE DARTMOUTH
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The Dartmouth, the official undergraduate newspaper, appears this year as a semi-weekly. The editorial staff is as follows: Editor-in-chief, H. E. McAllaster '08, Winnetka, Ill.; managing editor, D. Y. Frothingham '08,
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE MINISTER
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The Rev. Frank L. Janeway, who was last month appointed acting pastor of the College Church, is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary. He was born in New Brunswick, N. J., was graduated from Princeton in 1901, was general
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41,42,43
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE NOTES
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The last three games on the football schedule are: October 26, with Amherst, at Amherst; November 9, with Holy Cross, at Hanover; November 16, with Harvard, in the Stadium.
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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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CLASS OF 1843
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Francis S. Fiske, United States commissioner at Boston from 1885 to 1906, and bankruptcy clerk of the district court for thirty-four years, died at his home in Milton, Mass., August 5, 1907, from the effects of old age, being
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CLASS OF 1845
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James W. Rollins
John Brazer died suddenly of apoplexy in Santa Cruz, Cal., Jan. 11, 1907. The seizure came while he was sitting in a chair at his place of business, reading a newspaper. Mr. Brazer was born in Groton, Mass., Nov. 30, 1825.
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CLASS OF 1853
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Silvanus Hayward
Reverend Nathan J. Morrison, D.D., LL.D., president of Fairmount College, Wichita, Kans., died April 2, 1907, of pneumonia. Doctor Morrison was born in Franklin, N. H., Nov. 25, 1828, and prepared for college at Sanbornton,
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CLASS OF 1857
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John B. Clark
The last issue of the BI-MONTHLY contained an account of the semi-centennial reunion of the class. At that meeting the following letter from President Tucker was read:
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
At the last Commencement, Professor Horace Goodhue presented to the trustees of Carleton College his resignation as dean of the college and professor of Greek, after completing forty years of service. Professor Goodhue went to
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CLASS OF 1871
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Marvin D. Bisbee
Reverend Francis Merton Munson, A. B. Dartmouth. 1871; A. M. Dartmouth, 1890; LL.D. St. Johns College, Md., 1896, died Thursday afternoon. May 2, 1907, in the Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, where he had been taken, as a
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Judge Alfred Francis Sears died of apoplexy at his home in Portland, Oregon, Aug. 25, 1907. He was born in Concord, N. H., Sept. 4, 1852. His home from his boyhood was in New York City, where he attended the public schools. His
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
The death in New York City, May 18, 1907, of Reverend Angus Archibald Robertson removes the oldest member of the class of "77, and a man much loved by all his classmates. He attained neither wealth nor fame, but his faithful
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
Perrin Truman Kellogg died at his home in Whitefield, N. H., April 22, 1907, after a month's illness. Mr. Kellogg was born in Worcester, Vt., Oct. 27, 1862, being the fifth of seven children of William H. and Julia A.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Edwin B. Weston of West Derry, N. H., was married in Randolph, Vt., Aug. 8, to Lena Adelle, daughter of Mrs. Eugenie Ellison of Randolph.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Frank P. Dodge
Norman J. Page has been appointed principal of the high school at Lisbon, N. H. Mr. Page is a native of Benton, N. H., a graduate of the Haverhill, N. H., Academy in 1891, and attended summer schools at Harvard, Dartmouth, and
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
E. W. Butterfield has been appointed principal of the Dover, N. H., High School after a four years' service as principal of the Laconia, N. H., High School.
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CLASS OF 1902
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William C. Hill
Doctor Arthur E. Pattrell was married in Boston, June 18, to Miss Nina Eliza Goulett.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Secretary, Edgar Gilbert, Methuen, Mass. Henry M. Hobart of New York and Miss M. C. McColl, daughter of Mrs. Florence Liuder McColl of Brooklyn, N. Y., were married at the summer home of the McColls in Jerusalem, Cohasset,
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