Issue: 19090501

Saturday, May 1, 1909
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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ONE HUNDRED AND FORTIETH COMMENCEMENT OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18*
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At a meeting of the Trustees
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W. J. TUCKER
of Dartmouth College, held in Concord Tuesday evening, June 8, Professor Ernest Fox Nichols, D.Sc., formerly head of the department of Physics at Dartmouth, and now professor of Experimental Physics at Columbia University,
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REPORT OF THE MAY CONFERENCE OF TEACHERS
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Charles D. Adams
The ninth annual conference of teachers in secondary schools was held at the College, May 13 to 15. The attendance was smaller than in some years, but the quality of the papers presented and the vigor and usefulness of the
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IN WHAT PARTICULARS DO THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLEGES HINDER THE WORK THAT THE HIGH SCHOOLS SHOULD BE DOING FOR THE PEOPLE AS A WHOLE?*
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Henry C. Morrison
The current phase of educational unrest seems to have to do chiefly with the high schools and the colleges. For the time being the kindergarten, country schools, and even southern education seem to be having, comparatively
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COLLEGE NEWS
JUNIOR WEEK
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The week of May 17 to 24 was given over to what was probably the most successful and best attended Junior Week ever held in Dartmouth College. The attractions were of a greater number than ever before and in spite of the
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CHANGES IN PALAEOPITUS
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Following the suggestions of certain alumni members, the Palaeopitus has made several changes in its constitution, principal among which are the limiting of membership to eleven, and the abolishing of the ex officio membership.
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D. C. A. SPEAKERS
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The Dartmouth Christian Association has recently furnished a very interesting list of speakers, all talking on the general subject of "Opportunities for Life Work and their Effect on Christianity."
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FRESHMEN TO BE INELIGIBLE
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The Athletic Council on May 22 voted to adopt a rule barring Freshmen from varsity teams. The rule will be incorporated in the constitution of the Council and will be strictly enforced. The word Freshman will include all
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TUCK AND THAYER POSITIONS
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Following the graduation of the members of the Tuck and Thayer Schools several of the men announced their intention of entering positions then open for them. The Tuck men who have now started working are: L. E. Amidon,
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TRACK
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HARVARD DEFEATS DARTMOUTH INTRACK
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DARTMOUTH CHAMPION
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Dartmouth's victory in the New England intercollgiate tennis championships held in Boston, May 24-28, was more complete this year 'than ever before. F. H. Harris '11 won the championship in the singles by defeating his
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BASEBALL
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In the opening series of the baseball season, the Dartmouth team displayed a marked reversal of form on the second day, and defeated Bowdoin 12 to 0, whereas on the first day the game had been dropped 6 to 1 to the visitors.
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COLLEGE NOTES
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Under the direction of Captain Clarke Tobin '10, thirty-five candidates reported for spring football practice. The practice was held for a week on the Campus but later removed to the Oval where the gridiron was in first
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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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CLASS OF 1845
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James W. Rollins
Mrs. Mary Lord Palmer, widow of the late George H. Palmer of this class, died May 3 in the city of Boston, at the home of Dr. Arthur Fairbanks '86. Mrs. Palmer was a daughter of President Nathan Lord of Dartmouth, and well known
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CLASS OF 1850
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A Chicago paper lately contained mention of the stereopticon slide collection made during thirty years by the late Professor C. S. Farrar of Milwaukee, which is now owned by his daughter, Miss Frances Farrar of Chicago. The-
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CLASS OF 1854
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Benjamin A. Kimball
William Chandler Wright, a non-graduate member of this class in the Chandler School, died of apoplexy in Los Angeles, Cal., February 15, 1909. His parents were John and Irene (Smith) Wright, and he was born in Thetford, Vt.,
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CLASS OF 1856
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F. D. Ayer
Rev. Leonard Z. Ferris concludes June 1 the pastorate of the Newman Congregational church, East Providence, R. I., which he has held for twenty-one years.
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CLASS OF 1857
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John H. Clark
James Chandler died March 28 at Ladora, lowa, of apoplexy, having been confined to his bed for three months. Mr. Chandler was the son of Uriah Chandler of Piermont, N. H., and was born in that town Sept. 5, 1834. He prepared
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Dr. George H. M. Rowe, late superintendent of Boston City Hospital, has removed to 5 Ivy St., in that city.
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry I. Cushman
Frank Banvard Modica died January 19 at his home in the city of Chicago. He was born in Boston, Mass., May 13, 1843, being the son of Joseph and Achsah (Farrar) Modica. His home while in College was at Henniker, N. H., where he
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
The alumni editor has received a pamphlet, with the following title: "Some Family Genealogies, being certain data of the forefathers written for his son, Thomas Head Thomas, by Alfred A. Thomas, at Dayton, Ohio, 1908." It is an
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CLASS OF 1869
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Charles P. Chase
This class is to have a reunion at Commencement, in observance of its fortieth anniversary. Twelve or more are expected.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
George I. McAllister delivered the oration at the dedication, April 22, of the Dearborn Memorial Building in Manchester, N. H., erected by Oak Hill Lodge, I. O. O. F.
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CLASS OF 1878
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Walter H. Small
Henry S. Dewey, formerly judge of the police court of Boston, has filed a motion in the superior court to increase to $6,400,000 the ad damnum of his suit against the members of the executive committee of the Good Government
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CLASS OF 1879
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C. C. Davis
Frank Linus Biddlecom died in Ouray, Colo., March 27, of pneumonia, after an illness of three days. He was born in Waukegan, Ill., December 12, 1856, and entered this class in the Chandler Scientific Department at the beginning
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
William B. Fellows has resigned the office of probate'judge of Belknap county, New Hampshire, to accept an appointment by the governor and council as state auditor, an office created by the legislature of 1909. The salary of
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CLASS OF 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Mrs. Elinor Macartney Lane, the novelist, wife of Francis R. Lane of this class, died at Lynchburg, Va., March 15.
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CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
The class will celebrate in fitting manner the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation in Hanover during Commencement week. A large number of the men have already signified their intention of attending the reunion. Class
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CLASS OF 1885
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Henry H. Austin
Rev. Daniel O. Bean is now pastor of the Woodland Park Presbyterian church, Seattle, Wash.
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CLASS OF 1888
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Wm. Byron For bush
Rev. Elmer E. Reynolds, non-graduate, who has been for the past eighteen months pastor of the Pentecostal church in Maiden, Mass., preached his farewell sermon there April 25, and has gone to Manchester, N. H., to become pastor
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
The secretary is now engaged in rousing enthusiasm for the twentieth anniversary of the class, to be observed in Hanover at Commencement. Richardson Hall has been reserved for the class, and it is hoped the men will bring
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
Matt B. Jones is the author of a history of his native town, Waitsfield, Vt., which has been just published by George E. Littlefield of Boston. It is an octavo volume of 532 pages, and contains a history of the town from its
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Born in Chelsea, Mass., March 15, a son (David) to Mr. and Mrs. David J. Maloney.
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
Frederick H. Leggett was married in Antwerp, Belgium, April 15, to Miss Berthe Bohle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohle-Stuyck. Mr. Leggett was manager of the Western Electric Company's house in Tokyo, Japan, for nearly
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CLASS OF 1899
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Elmer W. Barstow
Dr. Walter C. Woodward of Seattle, Wash., was married in Seattle, March 22, to Miss Carrie Ella Draper of Randolph, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
The following items are taken from a class report which the secretary has just issued :
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Dr. Charles W. Whelan is practicing medicine at 10 Central St., Hingham, Mass. A daughter, Dorothy, was born March 26, 1909.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. C. Hill
Married, in Hampton, N. H., April 23, by Rev. B. F. Perkins, father of the bride, assisted by Rev. James S. Clark '01, brother of the groom, Robert Cushman Clark of Brattleboro, Vt., and Anna Katherine Perkins of Hampton. N. H.
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CLASS OF 1903
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J. F. Mahoney
Dr. Gregory N. Abdian, who lately finished his course in the medical department of the University of Chicago, was recently married to Miss Annie Bogajian. The best man at the wedding was Dr. A. S. Mangurian '04, all three of the
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph W. Scott
Rev. Noble O. Bowlby removes the first of June from Wilder to Swanton, Vt., to become pastor of the Congregational church in the latter town.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
The first break in the ranks of this class since graduation is caused by the appalling tragedy of April 29. On the morning of that day, on the campus of Smith College, Northampton, Mass., Porter MacDougall Smith fatally shot
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CLASS OF 1866
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Dr. Osmon B. Way of Claremont, N. H., has been recently chosen a trustee of Boston University. Doctor Way was born in Claremont, March 22, 1840, and has always resided there. He has been for many years an official member of the
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CLASS OF 1875
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Dr. Arthur Burleigh Smith died of erysipelas at his home in Chelsea, Vt., May 17, after an illness of only a few days. He was born in Stratford, Vt., November 3, 1851, being the son of Burleigh Hunt and Julia Ann (Bishop) Smith.
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CLASS OF 1881
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Dr. Edward H. Currier of Manchester, N. H., has been appointed by the governor and council a member of the state board of pharmacy.
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CLASS OF 1895
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An article by Dr. H. Sheridan Baketel of New York, entitled, "Are We Being 'Doctored' to Death? " has been reprinted from AmericanMedicine of November, 1908, in a pamphlet of eight pages.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Born, in Chelsea, Vt., March 31, a son (Robert Andrew) to Dr. and Mrs. Augustus; T. Marshall.
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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THE DARTMOUTH PRESS
THE DARTMOUTH PRESS
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COLLEGE CLUB PORTRAIT OF DR. TUCKER
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COLLEGE CLUB PORTRAIT OF DR. TUCKER Painted by Frederick Porter Vinton Presented by Alumni of the College to the Club at the suggestion of H.N. Teague '00, while Secretary
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