Issue: 19090101

Friday, January 1, 1909
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Thursday, June 12, 2014

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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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The retirement of President Eliot
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from active service and the consequent necessity of choosing a new head for Harvard University could not but be a matter of serious concern, if not of vital import, to every institution for higher education throughout the
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ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT
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Delivered Sunday Evening, January 10, on the Re-occupancy of Rollins Chapel
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COLLEGE NEWS
SERVICES IN ROLLINS CHAPEL AGAIN
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For the first time in the college year services were held in the newly remodelled Rollins Chapel, Friday morning, January 8. The formal service in observance of the re-occupancy took place at the vesper service the next
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COLLEGE NEWS
MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS FOR THE WINTER
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Musical Director C. H. Morse has given an outline of a series of concerts for the winter months. Among the attractions which Director Morse has promised, if the necessary tickets are subscribed for, are one or two artists
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DOCTOR VERNON LEAVES YALE
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The Rev. A. W. Vernon, D. D., who recently accepted the pastorate of the Harvard Congregational Church, Brookline, Mass., preached his first sermon there Sunday morning, January 3, taking as his subjecl "The Simple Life."
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COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES AT ALUMNI MEETINGS
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This is the season of the annual meetings and banquets of alumni associations and clubs, and the College is represented in the programs of an unusually large number of these.
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STAFF TO COACH FOOTBALL TEAM
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The eagerly awaited announcement of the selection' of coaches for next year was made during the Christmas recess, by the Athletic Council. Satisfaction is universal with the plans as announced.
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FOOTBALL CAPTAINS FOR 1909
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Thirty-nine of the more important colleges who have elected their football captains for next season are listed below, the names of the captains and the positions which they play being placed opposite the name of the
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NOT TO ENTER B. A. A. MEET
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Owing to the fact that the annual indoor track meet of the Boston Athletic Association is to be held during the mid-year examination period, Dartmouth will not be a competitor in any of the events of the meet.
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BROWN AND DARTMOUTH
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(From The Brown Alumni Monthly)
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COLLEGE NEWS
HOCKEY
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SUCCESSFUL HOCKEY TRIP
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COLLEGE NEWS
McGILL WINS
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A hockey game with McGill was arranged for January 9, in order to give the Dartmouth team practice against the best. Outclassed in team play and unable to bear up against the energetic attack of the fast McGill University
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YALE DEFEATED
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Starting auspiciously in its first game of the season in the Intercollegiate Hockey League, Dartmouth won its first game from Yale by a score of 3 to 2 at St. Nicholas Rink'in New York City, Thursday, January 14. The playing
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WILLIAMS DEFEATED
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The hockey team on January 16 defeated Williams at Williamstown in a fast game by the close score of 3 to 2. Both sevens played good hockey and it was only in the last few minutes of play that Marston scored the winning goal.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH DEFEATS COLUMBIA
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At St. Nicholas Rink in New York, the evening of January 20, Dartmouth won from Columbia in an intensely exciting extra-period contest. The score was 2 to 2 at the end of the second half, but in a third period of ten minutes
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COLLEGE NEWS
TIGERS BEATEN IN HOCKEY
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Dartmouth took the lead in the intercollegiate hockey race, January 22, by defeating the Princeton seven at the St. Nicholas Rink in New York, by a score of 3 to 2. This made the third straight victory for the Dartmouth
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BASKETBALL
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DARTMOUTH 50 — S. T. S 13
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DARTMOUTH 22— N. H. STATE 8
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In a rough game Dartmouth defeated New Hampshire State in basketball 22 to 8. The game was played in Bissell Hall, January 12, and the small size of the playing space combined with the fierceness of the play made scientific
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YALE WINS
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Dartmouth lost to Yale 13 to 11 in the basketball game at the Park Square Coliseum in Boston Saturday afternoon, January 16. The game, close and exciting until the last minute, was one of the best ever seen in Boston, the
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WILLIAMS BETTER IN BASKETBALL
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Dartmouth and Williams played their first basketball game January 23, in the Bissell Gymnasium since their break in relations two years ago, the contest resulting in a victory for Williams, 25 to 16. It -was one of the
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Class Notes
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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NEW YORK ASSOCIATION
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The forty-fifth annual meeting of this association was held at the Hotel Manhattan on Tuesday evening December 8, and was attended by over 150 members of the association. Seated at the guest table with the retiring president of
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SPRINGFIELD LUNCH CLUB
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The club met at Cooley's Hotel, Springfield, on the evening of January 5, with the largest attendance since its organization; over a year ago, the company including several undergraduates, and invited guests representing
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CLASS OF 1845
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James W. Rollins
Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Willey and one other, the only survivors of the first party to come to California by the Panama route, were the guests of honor at a party given at the Berkeley Inn, Berkeley Cal., December 5, the affair
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CLASS OF 1868
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Charles F. Emerson
Rev. Franklin P. "Wood, who has not been actively engaged in the work of the ministry for some years, has resumed its duties, and has become pastor of the Congregational church of Erving, Mass.
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GLASS OF 1869
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Charles P. Chase
Oscar D. Robinson, Ph.D., principal of Albany (N. Y.) High School, was chosen president of the Headmasters 1 Association of the United States at its annual meeting in Boston, December 29.
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. W. Adriance
Pomona College at Claremont, Cal., of which Rev. George A. Gates, D.D., is president, celebrated with great enthusiasm November 21 the dedication of three new buildings, the aggregate cost of which was over $100,000. Among these
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
Rev. Herbert W. Stebbins of Boston has been appointed chaplain of the Massachusetts state prison at Charlestown.
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CLASS OF 1879
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C. C. Davis
John Barron Peckett, a member of this class for some time in the Chandler Scientific Department, died of Bright's disease at his home in Bradford, Vt., Dec. 27, 1908. His fatal illness was hastened, if not caused, by the
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
Samuel D. Felker, who represents Ward 3, Rochester, in the New Hampshire house of representatives, was the Democratic candidate for speaker at the organization of the house.
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CLASS OF 1883
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Alfred E. Watson
William R. Conant, who is in mercantile business at Orford, N. H., has recently been appointed postmaster at that place.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Harry T. Lord of Manchester, who is a member of the senate of New Hampshire, was elected president of that body at its organization.
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Rev.Ozora S.Davis, Ph. D., D.D., pastor of the South Congregational church, New Britain, Conn., has been elected president of Chicago Theological Seminary, and it is thought he will accept the position.
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CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Dr. Carson A. Smith of Weston, Vt., represents that town in the present house of representatives of the state.
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CLASS OF 1892
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Frank I. Weston
Nathaniel T. Abbott of Sanford, Me., professor in the Boston University Law School, is the practical head of the school during the present year.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Charles C. Goss of Dover, N. H., has been appointed to Governor Quinby's staff with the rank of colonel.
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CLASS OF 1894
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Rev. Charlet C. Merrill
Fred L. Mudgett has lately removed from Lebanon, Me., to Lancaster, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Algar E. Carleton, for the last ten years consular agent at Almeria, Spain, heads the list of successful candidates in the recent civil service examination for appointment in the consular service, and is one of two having a
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
If this class does not have at the next Commencement the greatest decennial reunion on record, it certainly will not be the fault of its decennial committee, Messrs. Lucius E. Varney, Charles E. Donahue, and Warren C. Kendall,
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
Rev. Roger A. Dunlap has resigned the pastorate of the Auburn St. Congregational church, Paterson, N. J., which he has held for five years, to accept a call to Windsor Locks, Conn., where he begins work February 1, succeeding
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Clayton H. Fowler, non-graduate, is an assistant chemist in the Bureau of Ordnance, Navy Department, and is stationed at the naval torpedo station, Newport, R. I.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. C. Hill
Leslie B. Farr (T. S. C. E. '03), president of the Harlem Contracting Company of New York, was married in Manchester, N. H., December 26, to Miss Clara E. Wellman of Manchester. F. E. Cudworth '01 was best man. Mr. and Mrs.
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CLASS OF 1904
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H. E. Woodward
Walter H. Russell has left the practice of law in Detroit, and is now manager of the Northern Island Pulpwood Co., Ltd., Port Arthur, Ontario.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Harold D. King, who is assistant engineer in the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, and has been for some time in charge of surveys of the southwest and east coasts of the island of Luzon, was recently married at Manila,
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher TV. Worthen
John E. Downey was married at Newton, Mass., December 28, to Miss Edith Mae Pineo. The best man was Harry W. Coburn, Jr., '06, and the ushers were: Harry J. Pelren '07, Charles P. Woodward '07, James C. Reilly '07, and Joseph E.
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dr. Josiah N. Woodward is a member of the New Hampshire house of representatives from Ward 4, Nashua.
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CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. Qillis Stark died suddenly of apoplexy at his home in Manchester, N. H., December 13, 1908. He had been in failing health for some months, but attended to his professional calls the day before his death. Doctor Stark was
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CLASS OF 1883
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Dr. Herman Cooper died at his home in Amesbury, Mass., November 10, 1908, after an illness of several months. He was born in Croydon, N. H., Feb. 6, 1859, and graduated from Kimball Union Academy in 1880. His first practice
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