Issue: 19090201

Monday, February 1, 1909
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February
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Thursday, June 12, 2014

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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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During the first week of February public announcement was made,
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in the dispatches from Washington, that the committee of the Trustees had formally asked Mr. Samuel W. McCall '74, to accept the presidency of Dartmouth College. Immediately following the statement of this fact, the press
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LINCOLN MEMORIAL SERVICE
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The centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln was observed at Dartmouth in simple but impressive services in Rollins Chapel, Friday morning, February 12th. President Tucker presided, and introduced in turn members of
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SECRETARIES' MEETING
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W. J. TUCKER
The secretaries of classes and organizations connected with Dartmouth College gathered for the annual meeting of the Association of Secretaries, Friday afternoon and evening, February 26. The meetings have been in previous
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BIBLE STUDY
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Three hundred men are proving regular attendants in the twenty-nine Bible study groups which are being conducted every Sunday afternoon by student members of the Dartmouth Christian Association. Two groups of seniors are
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MUSIC
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Success was achieved by the Adamowski trio in the first winter concert held in Webster Hall. The audience was enthusiastic and delighted" over the work of the three artists. Mme. Szumowska in particular was a favorite because
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COLLEGE BAND AND ORCHESTRA
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Twice the Dartmouth College Band has played to a large audience in College Hall, in addition to playing at all the basketball and football games. On Saturday evening, February 6, an orchestra of college men gave a program
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DEBATERS CHOSEN
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After trials which of necessity were conducted for nearly two months in order to weed out the large number of candidates trying, the eight men to compose the Dartmouth Debating Union have been chosen. The following were
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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In the last election while undergraduates, the present senior class has elected as permanent class officers the following: President, D. E. Watson, Roxbury, Mass. ; vice-president, J. W. Worthen, Hanover, N. H. ; secretary,
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JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE
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Members chosen as the Junior Promenade Committee have met and made the following arrangement of officers: Chairman, E. J. Shattuck; secretary, E. S. Pratt; treasurer, L. S. Wiggin; executive committee, J. A. Ferguson and E.
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EXAMINATION SMOKERS
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Two smokers which served to break the monotony of the examination period succeeded in creating more than the usual interest. The first of these was on January 23, when Prof. William Lyon Phelps, Yale '87, and now occupying
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DRAMATIC CLUB TRIP
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On its first trip of the year, the Dartmouth Dramatic Club presented Pinero's "In Chancery." The route was as follows: Laconia, N. H., Thursday evening, February 18; Friday evening, February 19, at Manchester; Saturday
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TRACK ATHLETICS
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Although not officially representing the College because of the rule prohibiting the absence of any team from College during the examination period, two Dartmouth men were prominent in the recent games of the Boston Athletic
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MANAGERSHIP NOMINATIONS
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Sixteen men were nominated to try out for the managerships of the five athletic teams in a recent election of the sophpmore class. Under the rules of the Athletic Council sixteen men are elected every year by the sophomore class
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DARTMOUTH CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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Under the auspices of the Dartmouth College Christian Association several prominent athletes of the College with the men of the association have been making tours of the nearby towns and preparatory schools, speaking on the
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BASEBALL
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Some twenty-five men reported at the first call of Coach J. T. Keady '05 and Captain Schildmiller for candidates for the position of pitcher and catcher on the baseball team. Practice for these men is being held daily in the
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SMOKE TALK BY NORMAN HAPGOOD
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On Saturday evening, February 20, Mr. Norman Hapgood, editor of ColliersWeekly, spoke before a crowded hall at the Commons, upon the subject, "Idealism in Politics."
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HOCKEY
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Success beyond the expectations of its most ardent supporters has been obtained by the Dartmouth hockey seven this winter. It will be recalled that among the list of those defeated by the men from Hanover is: Columbia 4 to
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THE LEAGUE STANDING
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Games College played Won Lost Tied P. C. Harvard 4400 1000 Dartmouth 4310 .750 Yale 4 1 2 1 .333 Princeton 4 1 2 1 .333 Columbia 4040 .000
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BASKETBALL
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Steadily improving, the Dartmouth basketball five has surpassed expectations. Of the last series of games on the home floor but one was lost, that being to Williams, January 23, by a score of 25 to 16. The Purple five is
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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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'45 James W. Rollins, Esq., 27 School St., Boston, Mass.
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BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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The forty-fourth annual banquet of this association, which was held at the Hotel Somerset on the evening of January 22, is notable as the largest gathering of the alumni of Dartmouth ever held, some 500 Dartmouth men being in
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CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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WM. H. GAEDINER '76
The annual dinner and banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago took place Saturday, January 30, at the University Club. There were eighty present. Chancellor L. Jenks '86, president of the association, presided.
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NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION
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WARREN UPHAM '71
The twenty-fifth annual reunion and banquet of the Dartmouth College Alumni Association of the Northwest was held at the Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, Minn., on Tuesday evening, February 2, 1909. There was an informal reception from
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CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION
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C. E. PADDOCK
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Connecticut held its eighth annual reunion and dinner at the Hartford Club January 29, and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, Rev. Dr. Azel W. Hazen '63;
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LAWRENCE ASSOCIATION
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On January 16, the alumni of Dartmouth of Lawrence, Mass., and the suburban towns of Andover, Methuen, and North Andover, met in the new high school building at Lawrence, and perfected a permanent organization of the alumni of
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ALBANY ASSOCIATION
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SHERMAN A. MURPHY
On January 25 Dartmouth men of the vicinity of Albany to the number of about twenty met in the University Club in that city to enjoy a smoker. Mr. Hopkins of the College was present as guest of the evening and showed numerous
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CLASS OF 1844
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Rev. Samuel John Mills Lord was found dead in bed on the morning of January 11 at Post Mills, Vt., where he had made his home for a year past. He had attended church the day before (Sunday), and was apparently in his usual
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CLASS OF 1845
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James W. Rollins
Witter Smith McCurdy was born in New Boston, N. H., April 19, 1817, and died in Lawrence, Kansas, May 7, 1908. Soon after graduation he went West, and the greater part of his long life was spent there, his main occupation being
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CLASS OF 1868
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Charles F. Emerson
Samuel Folsom Beede, a graduate of the
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. W. Adriance
Carl Ephraim Knight died .Tail. 21, 1909, at Milford, N. H., of heart disease, after a long illness. He was horn in New Hampton, N. H., May 6, 1851, and was the son of Ephraiin and Augusta E. (Crowe) Knight. His father was
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
William H. Gardiner, who has been for twenty-one years official photographer for the Western Electric Company in Chicago, has left the service of the company and opened an office for photographic work at Room 69. 88 Washington
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
Professor George H. Gilbert, D.D., is the author of a commentary on the Acts which has just been published by the Macmillan Company in a series entitled "The Bible for Home and School."
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Hon. Lyndon A. Smith of Montevideo, Minn., ex-lieutenant governor of that state, valedictorian of the class, has just been made assistant attorney general of Minnesota.
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CLASS OF 1883
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Alfred E. Watson
Rev. Leon D. Bliss has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Congregational church in Lenox, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
Karl H. Goodwin has lately taken a position with Newson and Company, textbook publishers, at 27 and 29 West 23d St., New York.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Fred A. Howland was elected first vice-president of the National Life Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt., at the annual meeting of the company, January 18.
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CLASS OF 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
O. D. Mathewson, principal of Spaulding High' School arid superintendent of schools for the city of Barre, was appointed January l a member of the board of education of the state of Vermont for two years.
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CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Ellen Morrill, the wife of Daniel B. juggles, died February 10 at their home in Jamaica Plain, Mass. She leaves one son, now eight years old.
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CLASS OF 1892
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Frank I. Weston
Prank B. Flanders, non graduate, is a farmer in Brunswick, Vt., which town he represents in the present house of representatives of that state. His post office is Coos, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Harlan C. Pearson, who was secretary to Governors Bachelder, McLane, and Floyd of New Hampshire, has been continued in the same position by Governor Quinby.
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Rev. John R. Henderson has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational church of Oconomowoc, Wis., and has accepted a call to the church at Clear Lake, Iowa.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Harland B. Cate, who is in the drafting room of the United Shoe Machinery Company, Beverly, Mass., was recently married to Miss Ethel Snow Stearns. They are living at 16 Brackenbury Street.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. C. Hill
J. Frank Drake has been elected municipal building commissioner by the city council of Springfield, Mass. The position is one of great importance, as the city is about to build a new city hall at the cost of over a million
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Professor John M. Bridgham of Bowdoin College, who received the degree of A.M. for post-graduate work at Dartmouth in 1905, has accepted an election to the chair of Latin in Ripon College, Wisconsin, and will enter upon his
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph W. Scott
William T. Bell, who is in the employ of the Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H., was recently married to Miss Margaret Dudley Sargent.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
Harry E. Wellman, late supervisor- of college dormitories, is in Jacksonville,Fla., in the interest of his health, which appears to be improving.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
Arthur L. Lewis is with W. C. Brooks and Co., tailors, 226 Old South Building, Boston.
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