Issue: 19080401

Wednesday, April 1, 1908
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A MAGAZINE FOR GRADUATES OFDARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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WILLIAM C. EDWARDS
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHBI- MONTHLY
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THE need of a new gymnasium
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at Dartmouth has become so acute that it cannot well be endured. The present building, erected for a college of less than four hundred, has long been inadequate and is now little short of impossible. This lack in equipment
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THE DARTMOUTH GREEN AND OTHER COLLEGE COLORS
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E. J. Bartlett
In the Yale Courant of July 25, 1866, (Vol. I, No. 30) appeared the following plain sign of new and conscious adornment with brilliant hues:
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DEBATING LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
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The Dartmouth debating teams, March 2, won the championship of the triangular debating league by defeating Brown at Hanover, and Williams at Williamstown. Brown finished second in the league by defeating Williams in
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TEACHERS' CONFERENCE
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The eighth annual conference between the members of the College faculty and the teachers and superintendents of secondary schools will be held in Dartmouth Hall May 14, 15, and 16. The general subject for discussion will be
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THAYER AND TUCK GRADUATION
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The graduating exercises of the Thayer School of Civil Engineering and the Tuck School of Administration and Finance were held April 22. While open to the public, the exercises were informal. Those of the Thayer School
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MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATION
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The graduating exercises of the Medical School were held in Dartmouth Hall March 27. In the absence of President Tucker, Dean W. T. Smith presided. The principal address was delivered by Dr. William J. Beattie of Littleton.
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INDOOR MEET
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One College record was twice broken at the indoor meet, last March. N. A. Sherman '10 broke the record for the high jump, at 5 feet 9 3.8 inches, and 5 feet 10 3.8 inches, Ex-Captain H. E. Smith s record being 5 feet 9 1-4
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RHODES SCHOLAR
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Mr. Arthur Bond Meservey '06 of Ashland, N. H., has been chosen New Hampshire's next Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. Mr. Meservey was active as an intercollegiate debater, and was graduated with the degree of magna cumlaude. Last
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OPPOSED TO "SUMMER BALL"
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At a large and enthusiastic mass meeting in College Hall Friday evening, March 20, Dartmouth undergraduates went on record as opposed to "summer baseball." A. T. Stuart, president of the senior class, presented, at the
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DEBATING TEAMS ENTERTAINED
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The College debating teams, winners of the league championship early in March, were entertained by the College Club at College Hall, March 13. Secretary E. M. Hopkins presided, and read letters from President Tucker and
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MINISTER INSTALLED
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The installation of the Rev. Frank Latimer Janeway as minister of the College Church took place March 9. The program was as follows: Organ voluntary, Prof. Charles H. Morse; invocation, the Rev. Dr. Lucius Waterman,
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BASEBALL
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The College baseball team began the season with a long southern trip, which, although not so successful as had been hoped, was nevertheless creditable. Although the team lost the Virginia and Georgetown games by decisive
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BOOKER WASHINGTON'S ADDRESS
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Dr. Booker T. Washington,"leader of a race out of childhood into manhood," whom Dartmouth honored with an LL.D. at the Webster Centennial in 1901, honored Dartmouth Friday evening, February 17, with his presence and his
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COLLEGE NOTES
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The faculty committee on Commencement has chosen the following speakers: Paul Mason Batchelder, Portsmouth, and Albert Richard Chandler, Norwich, Conn, (valedictory and salutatory rank); Joseph King Knight, Hyde Park,
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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 President, DR. GEORGE H. M. ROWE, '64. Secretary, CHANNING H. COX, '01, 73
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CLASS SECRETARIES
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'45 James W. Rollius, Esq., 27 SchoolSt., Boston, Mass.
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ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS
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The annual meeting of this association was held at Cooley's Hotel, Springfield, on the evening of February 19. The president, J. H. Newton '59, served as toastmaster, and the college quartette sang. The speakers were Prof. John
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WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION
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Henry P. Blair
The thirty-third annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Washington was held at the Hotel Raleigh, Tuesday evening, February 25, 1908.
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DARTMOUTH CLUB OF OAK PARK
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R. B. Moseley
In view of the increasing alumni of Dartmouth College in Oak Park, Ill., the Dartmouth Club of Oak Park was organized at a meeting held in the Y. M. C. A. rooms there on Saturday evening," March 21. The purpose is to bring
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CLASS OF 1851
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Hon. Redfield Proctor, United States Senator from Vermont, died of pleurisy and pneumonia at his apartments at the city of Washington, March 4, 1908, thus closing a long and distinguished career. Senator Proctor was born in the
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CLASS OF 1852
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Martin H. Fiske
Benjamin Miles Reynolds, during many years prominent in educational work in Wisconsin and Minnesota, died at Morgan City, La., Jan. 12, 1908. He was ill only a few days, being stricken suddenly during a journey by railway from
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CLASS OF 1858
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Samuel C. Beane
This semi-centennial class, of which twentytwo members are believed to be living, will hold its reunion at Hanover during Commencement Week, with the class supper at the Inn on Tuesday evening, June 23. A large attendance is
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CLASS OF 1861
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David Henry Brown died at his home in West Medford, Mass., Feb. 21, his death being due to injuries received while boarding an electric car in December. Mr. Brown was born in Raymond, N. H„ Aug. 17, 1836, being the son of
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Elias Wilkins Howe died suddenly on the morning of Jan. 28, 1908, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles W. Sanborn, in West Medford, Mass., with whom he made his home. The cause of his death was heart disease. Mr. Howe was
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whitemore
Dr. James A. Spalding of Portland, Me., was elected president of the Maine Eye and Ear Association at its last annual meeting, March 23, 1908. Doctor Spalding is an eminent authority on diseases of the eye and ear.
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
Joseph G. Edgerly was re-elected superintendent of schools for the city of Fitchburg, Mass., for the thirty-fourth consecutive time, at the meeting of the school board held April 6. It is needless to say that this is a
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CLASS OF 1872
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Albert E. Frost
Chester Horton Wead was born at Malone, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1851, and died at Aurora, Mo., Aug. 23, 1907. In college he was one of the charter members of the Omicron Deuteron charge of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity. After
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. W. Adriance
Professor and Mrs. Charles Frederick Bradley sailed from Boston on the steamer Romanic, March 14, for a three months' trip abroad.
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CLASS OF 1874
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C. E. Quimby
James Wallace Putnam, M.D., died suddenly in the station of the New York Central railroad in Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 9, the cause of his death being apoplexy. Doctor Putnam was born in Amherst, N. H., Aug. 29, 1849, being the son
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
Rev. William A. Barr, after seven years in a similar position in Norfolk, Va., became rector of St. Paul's church, Lynchburg, Va., in May last.
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
Charles D. Tenney, LL.D., who has been for two years in Cambridge, Mass., as an official of the Chinese government in charge of the Chinese students studying in this country, has resigned this position to accept an appointment
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Andros Palmer Chesley, M.D., was born in Epsom, N. H., Dec. 1, 1855, and died of nephritis in Concord, N. H., Feb. 9, 1908. He was one of eight children of Jonathan Steele and Abigail (Hoyt) Chesley. His preparation for college
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CLASS OF 1883
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S. W. Robertson
George D. Deshon, M.D., Major and Surgeon S. Army, is now commanding officer of the Army and Navy General Hospital, at Hot Springs, Ark.
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
Clifton W. Bates sailed for Europe April 17 to take medical treatment for a serious trouble with the eyes, and will be for some time at Aix la Chapelle.
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CLASS OF 1888
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Wm. B. Forbush
Rev, Walter B. Flanders, non-graduate, has resigned the pastorate of the Christian church of Fall River, Mass.,to accept a call to the pastoVate of the Waldo Congregational church of Brockton, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1893
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H. C. Pearson
Rev. Byron F. Gustin has recently accepted a call to the pastorate of the Congregational church of North Amherst, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1894
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C. C. Merrill
Robert L. Burnap, who has been for the last two years and a half general freight agent of the Central Vermont railroad, with his office at St. Albans, Vt., has been appointed assistant general freight agent of the Grand Trunk
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Dr. Henry M. Chase was elected treasurer of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston at the recent annual meeting of the association.
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
Ernest A. Abbott has recently gone to San Francisco, where he is engaged in selling land for the C. M. Wooster Co., a company doing a large business in irrigated lands. His address is 702 Market St.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
John W. Ash has become a member of the firm of Ash and Clark, contracting engineers, at Austell, Ga., his partner being H. W. Clark '98
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CLASS OF 1901
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Channing H. Cox
Warren F. Rugg is in charge of the field in a section of the great aqueduct now being built from the Catskills to New York City.
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CLASS OF 1902
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W. C. Hill
Dennis F. Lyons, who has been in legal practice in St. Paul since 1906, has been appointed deputy insurance commissioner for the state of Minnesota.
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CLASS OF 1904
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H. E. Woodward
R. Elliot Marshall has begun a course of study in preparation for the Episcopal ministry at the General Theological Seminary, Chelsea Square, New York City.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Henry K. Norton is secretary and treasurer of the Norton Engine and Power Co., manufacturers of gas engines and machinery, at 201-203 North Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, Cal. His father, Thomas S. Norton '79, is president of
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph W. Scott
W. H. Gardiner, Jr., is employed as resident engineer of the C. M. & St. P. R. R., and is stationed at Bearmouth, Montana.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
Roswell O. Post, Jr., is living on a ranch at Fallon, Nev., owned by his brother, John R. Post '05, who is connected with the United States Reclamation Service there.
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CLASS OF 1854
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Dr. Edwin Porter died at his home in Northfield, Vt., March 19, 1908, of pneumonia, The son of Dr. Benjamin and Sophia (Fullerton) Porter, he was born in Northfield, April 24, 1826. He graduated from Kimball Union Academy in
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CLASS OF 1863
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Dr. Azro Hebard Reynolds died at East Bethel, Vt., March 6, 1908, of pneurionia. Doctor Reynolds was born in Tunbridge, Vt., December 14, 1838, being the son of Joseph Warner and Eliza (Cleveland) Reynolds. He studied medicine
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CLASS OF 1892
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Dr. George Frank Abbott died at Kent, Wash., December 22, 1907. He was the son of George and Emmeline Abbott of Littleton, N. H., where he was born June 7, 1849. After leaving the high school of his native town he entered the
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CLASS OF 1893
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Dr. Lilley Eaton has gone to Memphis, Tenn., where he has charge of the Clifton Nail and Supply Co.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Dr. Stephen H. Lutz has been made surgeon to the Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital and assistant surgeon to the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Dr. Edward Dubois Woodhull died March 8, 1908, of septicemia, at the Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine, Fla., never having recovered from an operation for appendicitis performed at the Roosevelt Hospital, New York, in October last
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CLASS OF 1897
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Dr. Ralph E. Gallinger was married in St Paul's church, Concord, N. H., February 7, to Miss Jeanette King of Mansfield, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Dr. Walter John Marcley has recently assumed the duties of superintendent of the new Minnesota State Hospital for Tuberculosis, at Walker.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Dr. Park R. Hoyt of Lakeport, N. Y., has become second assistant physician at the Brattleboro Retreat, Brattleboro, Vt.
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