Issue: 19090401

Thursday, April 1, 1909
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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The ninth annual gathering of teachers of preparatory schools
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The ninth annual gathering of teachers of preparatory schools for conference with the college faculty on matters of common interest is announced for .May 13 to is.
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NOMINATIONS FOR ALUMNI TRUSTEES
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The term of Charles F. Mathewson, Esq., of the class of 1882, as alumni trustee, will expire at the Commencement of 1909.
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THE MAY CONFERENCE OF TEACHERS
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Professor C. D. Adams, in behalf of the College, has announced the program for the ninth annual May Conference of teachers of secondary schools with members of the faculty of Dartmouth College, to be held at Hanover, N. H.,
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DARTMOUTH IN THE CIVIL WAR
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A. E. Blunt '69
This Report has to do only with the Dartmouth graduate veterans in the Civil War.
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COLLEGE NEWS
JUNIOR PROM PLAN
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"The King of U-Kan," music by W. H. Golde '09, book and lyrics by C. O. Libbey '10 and R. A. Reynolds '10, is the play which the Junior Promenade committee, after careful consideration of all the offerings, has selected as the
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MUSICAL CLUBS ON TOUR
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forty-two men composed the musical club troupe on its trip of the Easter recess. The tour, both with respect to the program rendered and the financial results, was one of the most successful ever held by the Dartmouth clubs,
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MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATION
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Fourteen men graduated from the Dartmouth Medical School at the exercises held in Dartmouth Hall, Friday, March 26. In the absence of President Tucker the diplomas were given out by Doctor William Thayer Smith, Dean of the
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1910 AEGIS
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The Aegis of the class of 1910 appeared Saturday, April 17, and met with the usual sale. The publication is dedicated to Professor Charles Henry Hitchcock, who has completed forty years as a member of the Dartmouth faculty.
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SOCIETY CIRCUS
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Popular favor, on which the Society Circus of Prom Week last year gained such a hold, has demanded a repetition of the feature which last year gave promise of becoming a fixed event for the occasion. With the experience of
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POST SEASON SMOKE TALKS
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So well attended and so highly appreciated were the smoke talks given by the College Club in the period before Easter recess, that the club determined to extend the customary closing of the series.
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D. C. A. SPEAKERS
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The Christian Association of the College has recently furnished the undergraduate body with two interesting speakers. The first of these was E. T. Colton, a graduate of the University of South Dakota and now an active official
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WEBSTER CLUB
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Maurice C. Blake '10 was the Dartmouth representative at the convention of the Civic League held in New York the first of April. Some forty-five college men, representatives of twenty-five colleges, were present at the
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FRATERNITY DOINGS
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A new national fraternity was added to the fifteen previously in existence at Dartmouth when the local fraternity Omicron Pi Sigma announced the granting of a charter from Sigma Phi Epsilon. The local has existed at Dartmouth;
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ELEAZAR WHEELOCK'S HOUSE
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The following is an extract from the Hartford Com ant: "H. W. Porter has bought of Henry Williams the property on Columbia River, Columbia, Conn., known as the Roger Loomis place, and will take possession at once. While the
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HISTORICAL PRIZE SUBJECT
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Announcement was made some time ago that in the name of the class of 1859 Charles W. Pickering of Greenland, N. H., had established an annual historical prize of twenty-five dollars, to be awarded to a member of the junior or
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BASEBALL
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If keen competition for places is of any weight in forecasting the success of a team, Dartmouth should turn out a good baseball team, as the fight for the various positions on the nine is keenest and the most interesting that
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TRACK OUTLOOK
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While somewhat brighter than they were at the opening of the season, track prospects are still far from what they have been in the last two or three years. Strength in the sprints is sure, while the other running events will be
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BRADY BASKETBALL CAPTAIN
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Francis Anthony Brady To of South Boston, Mass., has been unanimously chosen to captain the Dartmouth basketball team next season. Brady, in addition to being the individual star of the team this year, has held the position of
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THAYER AND TUCK SCHOOL GRADUATIONS
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Graduation exercises of the senior classes at the Thayer School and the Tuck School took place on Monday, April 19. The graduates of the Thayer School were: G. F. Baine, 8.5., A. B, Barnes, A.B., R. S. Danforth, B. S., R.
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COLLEGE NOTES
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After an exciting series of races, Delta Kappa Epsilon was declared the champion of the interfraternity relay teams by reason of its victory over Phi Gamma Delta in the fastest time of the tournament. The men composing the
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1554
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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., 37 School St., Boston, Mass.
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PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION
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S. C. Smith
The annual meeting of this association was held at the Stewart Hotel, San Francisco, Saturday evening, April 3, the following men being present: C.S. Wright '57, Fisher Ames '69, C. H. Ham '71, Dr. Sidney Worth '71, George
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CLASS OF 1843
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Lyman Dewey Stevens died March 26 at his -home in Concord, N. H., of paralysis, after an illness of a few days. Mr. Stevens was born in Piermont, N. H., Sept. 20, 1821, being the son of Caleb and Sally (Dewey) Stevens. He prepared
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CLASS OF 1855
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Samuel R. Bond
John Langdon Batchelder, a member of this class during freshman year, died at his home in Brookline, Mass., April 2. He was born in Conway, N. H., May 20, 1532, and prepared for college in the high school of Manchester, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1859
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Edward Cowles
Dr. Phineas Sanborn Conner died of heart disease at his home in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 27. Doctor Conner was the son of Dr. Phineas Sanborn and Eliza A. (Sanborn) Conner, and was born in West Chester, Pa., August 23, 1839. His
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CLASS OF 1863
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M. C. Lamprey
Rev. Azel W. Hazen, D.D., has completed forty years of. service as pastor of the First Congregational church of Middletown, Conn. We quote from an appreciation in a recent number of the Congregationalist: "His clearcut face and
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry I. Cushman
Dr. Ammi Ruhamah Hahn died at his home in Boston, March 30, from the effects of a paralytic shock which he received some five years ago. Doctor Hahn was born in Monmouth, Maine, October 19, 1841, his parents being Jacob and
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
The appointment by President Taft of Henry C. Ide as envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Spain comes as a worthy promotion in a distinguished career of public service. In 1891 he was appointed United States land
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CLASS OF 1870
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John H. Hardy
President Taft has reappointed Ira A. Abbott to the supreme bench of New Mexico, where his service as judge has given great satisfaction.
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CLASS OF 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
President Taft has nominated and the senate has confirmed George H. Moses, managing editor of the Concord Evening Monitor, as minister to Greece and Montenegro. Says the Boston Globe-. "In a high degree the appointment is to be
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CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Edmund J. Bugbee has been living on a farm at Tunbridge, Vt., for some time.
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CLASS OF 1892
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Frank I. Weston
Vernon A. Doty, for the past six years manager of the office of the Western Union Telegraph Company at Montpelier, Vt., has resigned that position to take a position May 1 in the treasurer's department of the National Life
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
Herbert F. Taylor, superintendent of schools at Norwood, Mass., has been appointed superintendent of the new state industrial school for boys, to be established at Shirley, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
Bradley C. Rodgers has resigned the principalship of the Montpelier, Vt., Union School, to take charge of a photograph business which he has purchased at Franklin, Mass. He makes the change about the first of May.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
Walter H. Fletcher has become principal of the high school at Orleans, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Rev. Perley C. Grant leaves Newport, N. H., May 1 to become pastor of the Day Street Congregational church of West Somerville, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1903
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J. F. Mahoney
Charles L. Luce has opened an office for the practice of law at Milford, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Ralph W. Reeve has been admitted to the Massachusetts bar, and has begun practice in Lynn, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
On Monday, April 5, Miss Catherine Slierer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sherer, of Evanston, Ill., was united in marriage to Theodore T. Redington. Mr. John C. Redington '00 of Evanston, was the groom's best man, and the ushers
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
From the first report of this class, which has just been printed, the following items are taken:
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PROFESSOR ERNEST FOX NICHOLS, D. Sc.
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PROFESSOR ERNEST FOX NICHOLS, D. Sc.President-Elect of Dartmouth College
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