Issue: 19090301

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

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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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A year ago certain regulations were adopted
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by the faculty,looking toward doing away with the injuries to scholarship which came from the attempt on the part of many men to carry more than a just burden, of work, under the influence either of past failure or the
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DARTMOUTH SIXTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
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Harvey C. Wood, '44
The entrance upon my ninety-first year, and the receipt of the BI-MONTHLY, have put me into a reminiscent mood respecting our beloved almamater as she was sixty-five years ago. I can tell better what constituted Dartmouth
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REMINISCENCES OF A GRADUATE OF 1812
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Clinton H. Moore, Esq., '74
Directly after my graduation in 1874, I returned to my boyhood home in New Hampshire and there sojourned during the: month of July. There was visiting one of the families in our neighborhood, Hon. Isaac Patterson, a lawyer, a
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CHAMPIONSHIP UNDECIDED
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A triple tie as a result of all the affirmative teams winning; was the outcome of the contests of the Triangular Debating League, held simultaneously in Hanover, Williamstown and Providence, March 4. The question debated
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CRITICISM OF MAGAZINE
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Hitherto latent interest has been aroused among the student body over the Dartmouth Magazine, because of the recent critical reviews given it in TheDartmouth by members of the faculty. Dr. A. H. Licklider, on being requested an
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SMOKERS POPULAR
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Programs of more than usual excellence have been offered by the College Club this winter. Such men as Norman E. Hapgood, editor of Collier'sWeekly, Frederick Palmer, the wellknown war correspondent, Lincoln Steffens, author
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TUCK SCHOOL LECTURES
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During the past month the Tuck School authorities have been giving a greater number of lectures than ever before. All of the lectures were delivered by prominent New England business men and well attended.
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DRAMATIC CLUB TRIP
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"In Chancery," W. Pinero's original three-act farce comedy, was the play presented successfully by the Dartmouth Dramatic Club on its recent tour of four performances. The club was received with great enthusiasm in its
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PRESIDENT KING OF OBERLIN
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President Henry Churchill King, D-D., LL. D., spoke Sunday evening, March 7, in A Dartmouth, on the subject: "The Rational Fight for Character." This address of President King has almost a national reputation, and for that
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JACK-O'-LANTERN
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Designed.on the lines of the HarvardLampoon and the Cornell Widow, a new publication has made its appearance in the Dartmouth literary field under the title of the Jack-o' - Lantern. The field has never been experimented in by
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SOPHOMORES WIN DEBATE
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The Sophomores were victorious over the Freshmen in the annual interclass debate in Hanover, Thursday, March 18. The question debated was, Resolved : "That further centralization of power in the federal government is
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FACULTY RECEPTIONS
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Two receptions held by the College Club for the faculty and community, the undergraduates and students of the Medical, Thaver, and Tuck Schools have proved an even greater success than last year. The first reception was held
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INN FIRE CHECKED
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A blaze thought to have arisen from a cigar stub dropped behind a radiator in the sample room, which occured early in the afternoon of Tuesday, March 23, was extinguished by the efficient work of the Hanover firemen before it
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ROLLINS AND SMITH PRIZES
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In the annual Smith and Rollins prize speaking contests held the evening of March 24, Ralph J. Richardson '09 and Ralph L. Theller '09 were the winners of the Smith prizes for excellence in extemporaneous debate, while Austin C.
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VAUDEVILLE REVIVED
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Benefit vaudeville given by college talent was revived by the College Club, Thursday, March 25, the proceeds to go toward the purchasing a splendid new Victoria-Victrola phonograph now in the possession of the club. The affair
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BASKETBALL
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VARSITY 36—ALUMNI 27
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THE SEASON
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After a season which opened inauspiciously with a defeat, the Dartmouth basketball team by its lasting qualities developed into an aggregation of which the College may well be proud and which was undoubtedly in the first rank
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HOCKEY CAPTAIN
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Ralph H. Marston '10, of Roxbury, Mass., has been elected to captain the team next year. Marston has been an active hockey man since entering College, having made his place on the varsity seven in his first year. He was
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TRACK ATHLETICS
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Every effort is being made to turn out a track team this year which will be able to uphold the reputation which Dartmouth has achieved in the last three years. The loss of Captain Shaw and Evans by graduation, and of Pevear by
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WINTER TRACK MEET
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The second annual track meet held on the board track outside of the gymnasium with an added feature of interfraternity relay races proved a source of much interest the afternoon of Saturday, March 27. Smith'12 was the
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BASEBALL
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Instead of the extensive Southern trip of last year announcement has been made by the baseball management that during the Easter vacation the baseball squad will spend the first week at Andover, Mass., playing practice games
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FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
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The football management has published the football schedule of eight games which will be played next fall. Both the Princeton and Harvard games, over which the public press has expressed some doubt, will be played ; the
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COLLEGE NOTES
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Since the announcements of chinning day the following men have been issued invitations by fraternities: Alpheus Dixi Crosby '10, by Kappa Kappa Kappa; Conrad Edwin Snow '12, Leslie Whitmore Snow '12, by Theta Delta Chi;
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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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WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATION
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The annual meeting and banquet of this association was held at the Massasoit House in Springfield on Friday evening, March 12, and is regarded as the most successful since the founding of the association. W. H. Brooks '76,
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CLASS OF 1846
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J. W. Barstow,
George Thorndike Angell, founder of the American Humane Society, president of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, life-long philanthropist and benefactor of animals, died at his apartments in the
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CLASS OF 1857
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John H. Clark,
Ex-Governor Samuel E. Pingree of Vermont was re-elected town clerk of Hartford at the recent annual town meeting, a position that he has held since 1859. It would never be suspected by one who casually met Governor Pingree or
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CLASS OF 1860
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Rev. Arthur Little
Wilson Palmer died of apoplexy, very suddenly, on February 19, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry W. Bullard, in Arlington, Mass., where he had been living for sometime. He was born in Candia, N. H., March 1, 1833, his
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CLASS OF 1861
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A pamphlet of twenty-nine pages on "The Donelson Campaign," by George A. Bruce, has been reprinted from volume seven of "Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts."
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster,
On Sunday, March 14, Rev. Dr. Cyrus Richardson read his resignation as pastor of the First Congregational church of Nashua, N. H., a position which he has held for nearly twenty-six years with great acceptance and success.
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CLASS OF 1865
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Rev. Henry I. Cushman
Rev. Henry I. Cushman, D.D., for the past thirty-four years pastor of the First Universalist church, Providence, R. I., has resigned that position, subject to the approval of the society.
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CLASS OF 1873
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Rev. S. W. Adriance
President George A. Gates, D.D., of Pomona College, Claremont, Cal., has resigned his office, after seven years of service, during which time the college has made large growth and maintained a high standard of scholarship. The
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Hon. Charles A. Prouty, interstate commerce commissioner, is to give a lecture on the ''Ethics of Transportation" before the senior class of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, May 2, in a new course having as its
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
The secretary has issued another of his remarkably full and accurate annual reports, from which the following items are taken:
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CLASS OF 1888
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Rev. Wm. Byron Forbush
Atherton S. Burnham is teaching at Phenix, R. I.
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Rev. Dr. Ozora S. Davis resigned February 14 the pastorate of the South Congregational church, New Britain, Conn., to accept the election to the presidency of Chicago Theological Seminary, the conditions which he set to his
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CLASS OF 1892
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Frank I. Weston
Dr. James Scribner Brown died at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Manchester, N. H., February 23, of pneumonia, after an illness of only a few days. Doctor Brown was born in Chester, N. H., Nov. 30, 1871, his parents being Dr. James
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
The MAGAZINE has received a second booklet from the tireless decennial committee of this class. Out of seventy-two replies to the former letter, sixty-three have responded as certainly to be present at the reunion, and those so far
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
The class held its annual round-up in Boston and New York on March 6. "Rheinhardt Sprang" was given over the long distance telephone, and was heard distinctly by every man in Boston and New York. A committee was appointed to
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
F. Wade Halliday, who is studying law at the University of Maine, has been elected editorin-chief of the Maine Law Review, the monthly publication of the law school.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. C. Hill
The MAGAZINE has already referred to the tragic end last June in California's high Sierras of Kenneth Archibald of this class. His father, Rev. Andrew W. Archibald, D.D., of Newton Center, Mass., has previously appeared as the
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CLASS OF 1903
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J. F. Mahoney
Fred H. Brown, non-graduate, has opened an office for the practice of law at Somersworth, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph W. Scott
Raymond Hackney, for some time connected with this class, was drowned in the Bay of Naples, off the coast of Florida, February 9. While he was sailing with a party of friends, the boat capsized about a mile from shore, and for
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
Arthur Eugene Winslow was married February 3 to Elizabeth Tyrrell, daughter of Robert Stobie of Portland, Maine.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
Guy C. Blodgett is principal of the high school at Wilton, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. Milton Sawyer Woodman died at his home at West Lebanon, N. H., February 27. He was born in Hatley, Quebec, June 4, 1850. He studied for a time at Bates College, and later at Bishop's College, Lenoxville, Que., but did not
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CLASS OF 1893
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Dr. Ernest Henry Wheeler of Augusta, Me., died at the Augusta city hospital, February 15, a week after an operation for appendicitis. Dr Wheeler was born in Whitefield, Me., July 31, 1868, his parents being Henry and Elizabeth
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CLASS OF 1894
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Dr. Irvin L. Nowlan has removed from Norwich, Vt., to Readsboro, in the same state.
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CLASS OF 1897
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Dr. Charles Frank Caverly died March 6 of Bright's disease at his residence in the city of Boston. He was born in Norway, Me., Nov. 26, 1867, his parents being Mr. and Mrs. John L. Home. His mother having died soon after his
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