Issue: 19081201

Tuesday, December 1, 1908
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Articles
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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The annual undergraduate
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The annual undergraduate upheaval known as "chinning day" passed into history early in December. As a result the bosoms of some fifty per cent of the freshman class have expanded an inch or so for the better display of
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PRESIDENT TUCKER'S SPEECH AT THE NEW YORK ALUMNI DINNER, DECEMBER 8, 1908*
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I need hardly say to you, Mr. President and brethren, that I had not expected to meet with you again in any official capacity. I had hoped, as I still hope, to resume my place from time to time in the New York Association, the
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GEORGE TICKNOR AND THE COLLEGE LIBRARY
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Sidney B. Fay
On Dartmouth Night it is perhaps appropriate to speak of the Dartmouth College Library and of a Dartmouth graduate interested in libraries. Such was one of Dartmouth's greatest scholars — George Ticknor of the class of 1807.
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE COLLEGE CATALOGUE
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The recently issued annual catalogue of the College, for 1908-1909, aside from all other attributes, at once commends itself in appearance and arrangement. The Dean's office produces in this publication a catalogue
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE DARTMOUTH SONG
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The Rochester Courier gives the following interesting information about the author of the "Dartmouth Song" :
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHINNING SEASON RESULTS
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The chinning results show 158 Freshmen and 16 upperclassmen pledged to the different fraternities. The total enrollment of the entering class is 334, so that about forty-five percent of the class are fraternity men. This is
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COLLEGE NEWS
HOCKEY SCHEDULE
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Hockey is an ideal winter sport for Dartmouth, and it is very gratifying to see its establishment here more certain each year. The schedule this year is, without doubt, the best that a Dartmouth hockey team has ever been given
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BASKETBALL
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TECH DEFEATS DARTMOUTH
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
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The following schedule of the basketball team has been announced:
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COLLEGE NEWS
FIRST HOCKEY GAME
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Dartmouth won her opening hockey game of the season, December 19. defeating Springfield Training 9 to 1. During the early part of the game Springfield played Dartmouth a close same, but weakened by the fast attack of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
BASEBALL SCHEDULE OUT
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The baseball schedule, practically completed, was issued December 4. A cut in the number of games has reduced it considerably: — from thirty-three of last year to twenty-one. There will be no southern trip, and the official
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COLLEGE NEWS
FIRST BASEBALL TEAM
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As the gift of Mr. Henry L. Smith '69 of New York, there has been placed in the trophy room of the Commons a photograph of the first varsity baseball team Dartmouth ever had. After some discussion in the columns of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
GOLF TEAM WINS
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The Dartmouth golf team, which was recently admitted to the Intercollegiate League, proved itself on an extensive trip to be the best team the College has ever had. The tour extended from November 5th to 15th, the team playing
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COLLEGE NEWS
FALL SMOKERS
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The first of the year's smokers was given Saturday, November 28, by the college band under the direction of Leader Dillingham, who had the arrangement of the program, which proved a marked success. The second date was that
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COLLEGE NEWS
TOBIN 1909 CAPTAIN
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Clarke Walworth Tobin '10, South Boston, Mass., was unanimously elected captain at the meeting of the football team held for the purpose of selecting a leader for the 1909 squad. Tobin has been a member of the team for the three
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COLLEGE NEWS
MARRIAGE OF COACH O'CONNOR
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Shortly after the close of the football season the wedding of Doctor John C. O'Connor '02 and Miss Helen Jackson Raymond, took place at Marblehead, Mass., Tuesday evening, November 17. Several prominent Dartmouth men, among
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COLLEGE NEWS
"D's" AWARDED
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For participation in the Princeton and Harvard games the following men were awarded football letters: H. R. Bankart, J. C. J. B. Hawley, G. F. Kennedy, J. E. Ingersoll, J. Marks, R. W. Sherwin, S. Pishon, E. D. Rich, C. W.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DECEMBER "LIT" OUT
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The December issue of the DartmouthMagazine shows, as did its predecessor, a steady and. determined improvement in the general tone of the publication. A poem entitled, "A Christmas Prayer," opens the number, and is followed by a
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COLLEGE NEWS
CONCERT BY THE BLIND
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Members of the Perkins Institute for the Blind under the title of the Cosmopolitan Concert gave a remarkable and interesting program at College Hall, Tuesday, December 15. The program included readings, vocal and
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE NOTES
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The Eastern New York State Club, founded last year, has reorganized with a membership of twenty men. All students who live within a radius of fifty miles of Albany are eligible. During the holidays the club is scheduled to
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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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VERMONT ASSOCIATION
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This association, which has been dormant for several years, was hopefully reorganized, at a meeting called at the Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, on the evening of November 19. At the business session the fallowing officers were
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CLASS OF 1845
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James W. Rollins
Died at Waban, Mass.. Nov. 23, Mary J., wife of William C. Strong, aged eighty-two years.
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CLASS OF 1852
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Martin H. Fiske
Rev. Ezra Judson Alden died November 19 of apoplexy at his home in the city of Chicago. He was born in Lyme, N. H., Jan. 13, 1827, being the sixth of seven children of Ezra Alden and Clarissa Beal. He was only eight years old
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CLASS OF 1859
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Edward Cowles
Mr. Charles Walker Pickering of Greenland, U. H., has established a prize of twenty-five dollars in His alma mater, in the name of the class of '59, at whose semicentennial anniversary it will be awarded for the first time, to
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Rev. John W. Scribner has retired from theactive work of the ministry, and is livingat Ocean Park, Maine.
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CLASS OF 1865
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Rev. Henry I. Cushman
Clinton Rowell, a member of this class during its freshman year, died in St. Louis, Mo., on September last, at the age of seventy years. When in College, Mr. Rowell's home was in Littleton, N. H. After leaving College he went
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
Among the graduates of Dartmouth successful at the late election was Charles Q. Tirrell of Natick, Mass., who was re-elected to Congress. Mr. Tirrell has served his constituents for many terms, and holds a prominent position
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CLASS OF 1869
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Charles P. Chase
John P. Sanborn, of Newport, R. I., was re-elected to the senate of that state at the recent election.
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CLASS OF 1870
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John H. Hardy
Doctor Francis Brown was inaugurated president of Union Theological Seminary, New York, November 17. Dartmouth College was officially represented by O. F. Mathewson '82, of the board of trustees, and by Prof. Julius A. Brown
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CLASS OF 1873
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Rev.S. W. Adriance
Emory Harris Jones died just before midnight, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1908. On Wednesday morning he was in his usual health, but about 4.30 in the afternoon he had a shock of paralysis, rendering him unconscious. He did not again
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CLASS OF 1871
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M.D. Bisbec
Dr. Charles A. Fairbanks of Dover, N. H., has been elected to represent Ward Three of that city in the legislature.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Lewis Rosenthal has returned1 to the United States, and is now living in Washington. D. C , at 811 L St. He is in poor health, and forced to lead a quiet and retired life. His correspoudents will note that he has resumed the
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CLASS OF 1879
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C. C. Davis
Harry B. Thayer, vice-president of the Western Electric Company, was elected president at the November meeting of the company, with headquarters in New York. Mr. Thayer has been with the company about twenty-five years,
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CLASS OF 1885
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Henry H. Austin
Perley Weeks died of general paralysis. October 24, 1908, at the McLean Hospital, Waverly, Mass., where he had been a patient since Feb. 8, 1902. Mr. Weeks was born in Manchester, N. H., Feb. 22, 1863, being the only son of the
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
The Harvard-Dartmouth game was the occasion for a reunion and dinner of the class at the Copley Square Hotel, Boston, at which there was a good attendance of the members of the class, with a few of their wives and ten of their
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
James B. Wallace of Canaan, N. H., is a member-elect of the state house of representatives.
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CLASS OF 1888
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William B. Forbush
Alexander H. Gilmore, non-graduate, is editor of a daily paper at Statesville, N. C.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
A round-up of the class was held at the Hotel Westminster, Boston, the night of the Harvard-Dartmouth game. Present: Cox, Aborn, Pearson, Dodge, Morrill, Gordon, Chandler, C. A. French, Russell, Pernald, Stevens, Child. An
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
Dr. Eugene J. Grow, surgeon United States Navy, fills the chair of ophthalmology in the U. S. Naval Medical School, an institution under government supervision for the advanced instruction of medical officers in the navy.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Frank Parker Dodge, the secretary of the class since graduation, died at Boulder, Colo., June 80, 1908, of tuberculosis, and in his death one of the strongest and most highly respected men of the class has passed on. He was born
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Married on October 21, in the Church of the Ascension, Washington, D. C., Miss Harriet Ames Hersey to Mr. Benjamin F. Adams. Mr. Adams is first assistant assessor of the District of Columbia.
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
Professor Fletcher H. Swift, Ph.D. (Columbia 1905), assistant education in the College of Education, University of Minuesota, has been appointed to the lectureship ou the history and principles of religious education at the
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
Frank A. Musgrove is chosen to represent Hanover in the New Hampshire house of representatives.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Herbert W., Hovey of St. Johnsbury, Vt., was married November 11 to Miss Mabel E., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross of that place.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. C. Hill
Dr. John C. O'Connor, coach of the football team, was married at the rectory of the Star of the Sea church, Marblehead, Mass., November 17, to Miss Helen Jackson Raymond (Bryn Mawr '03), daughter of Mr. and Mrs John M. Raymond
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
Harold D. Pish is manager of the South Royalton Patent Chimney Co., at South Royalton, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
Fred A. Cooper is attending the Chicago University Law School.
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CLASS OF 1877
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The professional success of a member of this class is attested by the following, taken from a local paper of his region:
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CLASS OF 1881
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Dr. Walter J. Sleeper died at Westford, Mass., August 12. The burial was at Manchester, N. H. Further information concerning Doctor Sleeper's career has been sought, but without success.
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RICHARD D. KIMBALL CO.
RICHARD D. KIMBALL CO.
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F. I. WESTON CO.
F. I. WESTON CO.
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BOSTON GARTER
BOSTON GARTER
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Athletic Clothing
Athletic Clothing
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