Issue: 19091201

Wednesday, December 1, 1909
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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He who has followed the daily press
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during the holiday season has read of meetings here, there, and almost everywhere, of learned societies and associations. If one has had anything of curiosity concerning the subject, he has discovered doubtless that the
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JOHN S. KENNEDY
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Francis Brown '70
John Stewart Kennedy died at his home in New York City on Sunday, October 31, 1909. In two months more he would have been eighty years of age. For almost three-quarters of that time he had lived in New York. He was born
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COLLEGE NEWS
RHODES SCHOLAR
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At a meeting of the Rhodes Scholarship Committee for New Hampshire, held in Concord, December 23, Joseph Washburne Worthen '09, was awarded the distinction.
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CHRISTMAS DINNER OF THE FACULTY
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The annual Christmas dinner, given by the College Club to the families of faculty members and officers of the College, was partaken of on Wednesday evening, December 22. A hundred and seventy members of the college community
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SMOKER
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The first College Club smoker for the year was given on Saturday night, December 18. The College Band furnished the entertainment with a concert of five numbers, which were well given. The president of the club for the ensuing
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DEBATING
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The alumni committee of the Triangular Debating League has chosen, for this year's, debates, one of the two questions which Dartmouth proposed. The question which has been selected is: Resolved that throughout the United
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LANE RESIGNS AS GRADUATE MANAGER
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Graduate Manager Lane resigned his duties to take effect December 31, to take up a business career. For the remainder of the year his office will be filled by George A. Graves '10, manager of the track team, at the end of which
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FOOTBALL BANQUET
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According to the usual custom, the annual football banquet was held at White River Tavern, Hartford, Vermont, on Monday evening, November 29. Besides the members of the team, Daly, Sherwin, Needham, Farnum, Lang, Bankart,
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TUCK SCHOOL LECTURES
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During the month a number of lectures were delivered before the Tuck School. On December 3 Mr. Charles T. Cahill lectured on "Advertising, Its History and Modern Development." December 13 Mr. James A. Hartigan, commissioner
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FRESHMEN RECEIVE NUMERALS
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The Freshmen who participated in the fall baseball series, track meet, and football season have been awarded their class numerals.
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE BAND
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Since the College opened the band has been active, playing at the football games and massmeetings. Three men were lost by graduation last year, Rogers, Dillingham, and Hadden. From an abundance of material the following men
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LANG TO COACH BASKETBALL TEAM
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Benjamin Lang '09 has been engaged by the Athletic Council to coach the basketball team for the ensuing season. Although he will have charge of the team in Hanover, he will make no trips. This action was taken as a result of
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ATHLETIC COUNCIL
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At the meeting of the Athletic Council on December 10, S. J. Boylan '12 was awarded his emblem for participation in the Dartmouth-Princeton game. A committee was appointed to consider the coaching question for next year. To
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BASKETBALL
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The basketball season for the year opened with practice beginning December 6 under the direction of Captain Brady. Three of last year's regulars are back, and the material which has appeared would tend to foretell a successful
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HOCKEY TEAM
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The hockey practice, which began the first week of December, was considerably handicapped by warm weather and poor ice.
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DRAMATICS
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The Dramatic Club has chosen, as the play to be presented this year, the three-act comedy by Brander Matthews and George H. Jessop, entitled, "A Gold Mine." The play is full of humor and action, and deals with the adventures of
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DARTMOUTH MAGAZINE
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The middle of the month the Dartmouth Literary Magazine appeared for December, and more than equaled the standard set by the issue of the previous month.
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COLLEGE NOTES
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The Camera Club organized for the year on November 30. Officers were elected as follows: President, H. E. Burtt; secretary, F. H. Harris.
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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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CLASS OF 1861
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DeWitt Clinton Duncan died of Bright's disease at his home in Vinita, Oklahoma, November 3. He was born near Dahlonegai Ga., Feb. 27, 1829. His father, John Duncan, was of half Cherokee blood, while his mother, Elizabeth
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CLASS OF 1869
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Charles P. Chase
Edwin Ruthven Hill Hodgman was born at Mason, N. H., Oct. 17, 1847, and died at Bozeman, Mont., August 24, 1909, of cancer of the pancreas. His parents were Rev. Edwin Ruthven Hodgman (Dartmouth '43) and Martha Hill. He prepared
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Died, in Sterling, Ill., October 23, after a long and painful illness, Catherine C., wife of Jarvis Dinsmoor.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Rev. John L. Sewall has resigned his position as secretary of the Worcester (Mass.) Board of Trade, to become executive secretary of the "Boston 1915 Movement," the widely exploited scheme for the social, economic, and moral
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
William P. Johnson is president of the Willamette Pulp and Paper Company of San Francisco, and is vice-president of the San Francisco National Bank, which has a capital stock of one million dollars. He is this year president of
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CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
Homer B. Hulbert, for many years a teacher in Korea, and more recently an active representative of Korean interests in this country and an earnest advocate of Korean rights against what he believes to be Japanese aggression,
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
Edwin A. Bayley has been re-elected to the Massachusetts house of representatives, where he may be expected to be, as formerly, an influential and valuable member.
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CLASS OF 1886
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Wm. M. Hatch
Following the Dartmouth-Harvard game at the Stadium, Nov. 13, a small but enthusiastic class gathering was held at the Copley Square Hotel. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newton, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Osborne, Mr. and
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
Houghton, Mifflin and Company publish another volume of travels by Philip S. Marden, entitled "Travels in Spain." A reviewer says: "It is an entertaining narrative of personal experiences, what the author saw and how he saw it
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
Raymond D. Hazen is with N. W. Harris & Co., bankers, New York.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colby have a son, born November 28 at their home, Montreal West, Que. Mr. Colby is treasurer and manager of the Canadian Carbonate Company, manufacturers of crown brand liquid gas and calcined magnesite, their
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CLASS OF 1903
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J.F. Mahoney
Harold M. Morse (T.S.C.E.'04) was married in Christ church, Brooklyn, N. Y„ November 24, to Miss Cleo Bell Franklin. Mr. Morse is engineer in charge of the erection of a large paper mill, at Erving, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Robert W. Richardson is in the senior class of the medical school of McGill University, Montreal.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Thacher W. Worthen
Charles A. A. Rice, proprietor of the University Photograph Shop, Chicago, was married October 28 to Miss Lucy M. Hurlburt of Chicago.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
Stanley W. Leighton is with his father's firm, The Woodbury and Leighton Co., builders, 166 Devonshire street, Boston. He was married October 25 to Miss Ella Douglass of Winthrop, Mass. A. T. and F. W. Anderson '08 were among
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CLASS OF 1899
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Dr. J. W. Schereschewsky, passed assistant surgeon in the United States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service at Baltimore, has been ordered to report to the authorities of that service at Washington for the purpose of
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