Issue: 19130101

Wednesday, January 1, 1913
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Thursday, June 12, 2014

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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Things move so fast in Hanover nowadays
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that it is about as much as the average scribe can do' to chronicle happenings, without attempting to comment upon them. The close of the year 1912 sees at least two important projects started at Dartmouth: one of these
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HANOYER AS A FIELD FOR OUTDOOR LIFE
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James Walter Goldthwait
[NOTE: This article is substantially the same as that prepared by Professor Goldthwait for the Outing Club booklet, shortly to appear. It is here printed as an interesting and able commentary upon the map of the region within
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COLLEGE NEWS
A STUDENT ORGANIZATION BUILDING FOR DARTMOUTH
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By his gift of $100,000 Mr. Wallace F. Robinson of Boston enables the College simultaneously to complete the architectural treatment of the west side of the Campus, and to give a strong impulse to a phase of undergraduate life
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW BRIDGE PLANNED FOR HANOVER
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That the Boston and Maine railroad should build a new station at Norwich, that this station should open upon some kind of plaza instead of upon a mud hole and that the plaza should lead to a stone or concrete bridge giving easy
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE FACULTY AND THE LEARNED SOCIETIES
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That the Dartmouth faculty is keeping up with the progress of thought in the various departments represented in the College is evident from the following list of those who will attend meetings of the learned societies to be
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COLLEGE NEWS
DOCTOR TUCKER HEADS GOOD GOVERNMENT CLUB'
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The name of William J. Tucker appears as president of the Good Government Club of New Hampshire. This organization, which was formed shortly before the recent national election, is non-partisan in character and aims primarily
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH BANK TO MOVE
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The Dartmouth National Bank and the Dartmouth Savings Bank, having given up their abode in the campus building, are in search of a new home. The probabilities are that property on the corner of Main and Lebanon streets will
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW WATERING TROUGH ON THE CAMPUS
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Some years ago Mrs. C. F. Richard son presented the precinct with a granite watering trough, which at the south west end of the Campus served well the double purpose of refreshing horses and horseing freshmen. The frequent
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COLLEGE NEWS
MR. TUCK PRESENTS A PORTRAIT OF WEBSTER TO DARTMOUTH
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Mr. Edward Tuck's perennial interest in the College finds further evidence in his recent gift of a remarkably fine portrait of Daniel Webster.
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COLLEGE NEWS
IMPROVEMENTS AT INN
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Several minor improvements have been made on the gound floor of the Inn. The telephone booth has been moved from its former position in the writing room to the rear of the hall; the writing desks have been transferred from
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT NICHOLS AMONG THE ALUMNI
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President Nichols will spend the Christmas recess, and a considerable time thereafter, in visiting the various associations of Dartmouth alumni who meet for annual dinners during the winter season. The schedule of meetings
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COLLEGE NEWS
SNOW '12 APPOINTED RHODES SCHOLAR
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Conrad Edwin Snow '12 has received the appointment fom New Hampshire for the Cecil Rhodes Scholarship. The yearly value of this scholarship is £300. and it is tenable at any college in the University of Oxford. By this award
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COLLEGE NEWS
BUILDING OPERATIONS
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Hanover never vegetates. It grows both winter and summer. The College has just completed foundations for a new dormitory located in the rear of the Crosby House and opening upon the Hitchcock property, in the development of
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COLLEGE NEWS
TROPHY ROOM NEARLY READY
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With the installation of two sets of huge andirons of special design, which are now in course of making, the gymnasium trophy room will be ready for inspection. In each of the four small alcoves a trophy case stands ready for
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COLLEGE NEWS
SOCIAL EVENTS
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On Tuesday, December 3, President and Mrs. Nichols assisted by the wives of members of the department of Physilcs, received the faculty and student body at an informal tea in College Hall. On the evening of December 13,
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE DEBATING CUP
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Six high schools and four preparatory schools will compete for the prize offered by Dartmouth College for the championship in the New Hampshire Debating League. The proposition for the debates this year is, "Resolved: That
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BOOK REVIEW
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"Through the School," by Al Priddy The Pilgrim Press $1.50
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
NEW LITERARY MAGAZINE TO BE PUBLISHED
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In an attempt to restore at Dartmouth a periodical of the current collegiate literary type, a board of editors has undertaken to establish a literary monthly, of somewhat the same type as the old DartmouthLiterary Magazine. The
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92
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FRATERNITY AGREEMENT
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The following clause has been added to the fraternity agreement: "To accept the decision of President E. F. Nichols in all cases of violation which the signing fraternities by majority shall agree to submit to him for action."
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
HOLIDAYS COMPARED
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The following table shows in a comparative way the holidays allowed the students of seven prominent colleges or universities.- The table was compiled by the Yale Daily News.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
THE OUTING CLUB
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At the first meeting of the Outing Club several reports were made by members on topics of out-door interest. G. E. Foster '13 was elected to the vacant chair of the vice-presidency. Several new lantern slides were shown which
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE
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At a meeting of the Junior Class early in December the following men were chosen to compose the committee: J. L. Day S. A. Fuller, A. E. Gillis, K. Grant, and C. W. F. O'Connor. G. E. Briggs, Jr., and H. Haywood were elected for
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
COLLEGE CLUB SMOKE TALKS
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The following speakers and entertainments have been arranged for the College Club smoke-talk program:
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
MARCEAU CROSS COUNTRY CAPTAIN
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Franz R. Marceau '14 has been chosen captain of the cross-country team for next year. He holds the twomile college record with the time of 9.48.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
ENGELHORN FOOTBALL CAPTAIN
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W. T. Engelhorn '14 has been elected captain of the football team. Engelhorn has been for two years tackle on the varsity team. He has been president of his class for three years.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FRESHMAN MARKS
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According to The Dartmouth the fraternity-pledged members of the freshman class averaged a mid-semester rating of 62.8 per cent, and the nonpledged freshmen a mid-semester average of 67.6 per cent. Last year the averages,
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ROLLINS PRIZE CONTEST
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First prize in the annual Rollins Prize Contest was awarded to E. C. Mabie '15. The other three prizes went to the following men in the order named: L. R. Jordan '16, J. C. Doenecke '16, and J. T.Heenehan '14. The judges
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
THANKSGIVING DAY
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A special dinner was served in the Commons on Thanksgiving day for the benefit of the students remaining in Hanover. A fire blazed on the dining grate and the college orchestra furnished music. Some four hundred men were at
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Sports
UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
TRACK
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The Dartmouth cross-country team took third place in the Intercollegiate cross-country race at Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 23. The men for Dartmouth qualified as follows: H. T. Ball, 5th; Harmon, 11th; Marceau, 16th; Day, 20th;
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BASKETBALL
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Scores to date: — Dartmouth 27, Princeton 22.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FRESHMEN TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TROPHY ROOM
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Following the suggestion of Dr. J. W. Bowler made to the freshmen, the class of 1916 has started a movement to raise about $1,000 to defray the cost of part of the trophy room furnishings for the Gymnasium. The average amount
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
WEBSTER CLUB
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With the election of A. H. Dessau '13 to the presidency of the Webster Club, that organization has decided to hold meetings on the first Tuesday of every month. Dr. J. M. Gile addressed the meeting held December 3 on the
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 18S4
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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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'46 Dr. J. Whitney Barstow, Gramercy Park, New York City.
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VERMONT ASSOCIATION
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H. W. COBURN, JR.
The annual meeting of the Association was held in Montpelier on the evening of December 11. A business session was held at the rooms of the Apollo Club, at which the following officers were chosen: president, Joseph A. DeBoer
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DARTMOUTH NIGHT IN WASHINGTON
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HENRY P. BLAIR '89
The first celebration by the Washington Association of Dartmouth Night was held at the University Club on the first Universal Dartmouth Night. About thirty members of the Association were present, ranging from Bond, 1855, to
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CLASS OF 1844
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On the 29th of September a tablet was unveiled in the Congregational church of Auburndale, Mass., in memory of Rev. Edward W. Clark, the first pastor of the church, the tablet being erected by Mr. Clark's adopted son, Rev. Dr.
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CLASS OF 1846
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J. Whitney Barstow
The ninety-first birthday of Rev Dr. Joshua Wyman Wellman was celebrated November 28 at the home of his daughter in Maiden, Mass., by a dinner party, in which about fifteen of Dr. Wellman's friends joined.
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CLASS OF 1849
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On the third, of November a tablet was dedicated to the memory of Rev. Dr. Davis Foster, in the North Congregational church of Winchendon, Mass., of which Dr. Foster was pastor for the long term of thirty-four years, from 1867
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CLASS OF 1853
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Nathan F. Carter
Joseph Warren, for two years connected with this class, died early in November at his home in Dorchester, Mass. He was born in Columbia, N. Y., July 13, 1830, being the son of Peter Horton and Emeline (Morgan) Warren. He left
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CLASS OF 1857
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John H. Clark
Moses Willard Bartlett died November 30 in Waterloo, lowa, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Austin Burt. He was the son of Stephen A. and Theodotia C. Bartlett, was born in Bath, N. H., February 26, 1834, and prepared for
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CLASS OF 1858
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Samuel C. Beane
Matilda K. (Smith), widow of Major Ai B. Thompson of this class, and mother of the late Lawrence Thompson '91, died at her home in Concord, N. H., October 26, at the age of seventy-seven.
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
John Paige Bartlett of Manchester, N. H., a leading member of the New Hampshire bar, died at his home in that city November 18 of apoplexy, after a year of patient suffering from a complication of diseases. The son of John and
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry I. Cushman
Rev. Charles Lawrence Hubbard died at his home in Winchester, Mass., November 27. He was the son of Joshua P. and Adeline Eaton) Hubbard, and was born in Candia, N. H., July 4, 1839. He prepared for college in Kimball Union
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CLASS OF 1870
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Lemuel S. Hastings
Franklin Worcester, the Republican candidate for governor of New Hampshire at the recent election, will probably be elected to that office by the legislature in January, no choice having resulted from the popular vote.
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. Winchester Adriance
George Augustus Gates, who died November 20, was born in Topsham, Vt, January 14, 1851, and was the son of Hubbard A. and Rosetta (Tabor) Gates. His father was a millwright. After his early studies in the district school of his
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
At the sixth annual convention of the Association of Life Insurance Presidents, held in New York the first week in December, Frank H. Hardison, insurance commissioner of Massachusetts and president of the National Convention
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Andrew W. Edson, associate superintendent of schools, has been re-elected president of the Congregational Club of New York City and vicinity.
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CLASS OF 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Edwin Harris Hoffman, a member of this class during a part of freshman year, died of Bright's disease at his home in Lyndon, Vt., December 13, after a long illness. He was the son of William Hoffman, and was born in Lyndon,
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
A report of this class, issued last spring by the secretary, has been for some time in the editor's hands, but through an inadvertence has escaped a notice. The report, while not long, is highly interesting. A few items are here
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CLASS or 1888
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Wm. Syron Forbush
Rev. Newton M. Hall, D.D., was elected to the school committee of Springfield, Mass., at the recent election as a Republican.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Charles A. Holden
Algar E. Carleton, vice-consul-general of the United 'States at Hongkong, was married to Miss Margaret L. Henderson of Bromley, Kent, England, November 23, at St. John's Cathedral, Hongkong.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
Walter Page Weston was killed in an automobile accident at Springfield, November 1, 1912, while on a business trip. Mr. Weston was born at Lynn, April 13, 1874, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Page Weston, his ancestors being
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CLASS OF 1897
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Merrill Boyd
Rev. Sumner H. Sargent has left Patten, Me., to become pastor of the Congregational church at Thomaston, Me., making the change December 1.
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104
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CLASS OF 1900
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Henry N. Teague
At the recent city election in Fall River, Mass., Rev. Francis J. Bradley was an unsuccessful Democratic candidate for member of the school committee.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Dr. Gardner N. Cobb (D. M. S. '04) has recently been appointed to the Marine Service on board the U. S. S. Ranger. From May to October he will be on a foreign cruise and the rest of the year at North End Park, Boston.
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105
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
Kendall Banning is the author of a musical pantomime, "The Garden of Punchinello," which is to be produced at the Thirty-ninth Street Theatre, New York, beginning January 6.
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105
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Harry K. Torrey, non-graduate, private secretary to Governor Bass of New Hampshire, was married in Portsmouth, N. H., October 9, to Edith Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Badger.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Michael S. O'Brien was defeated for reelection as alderman of Lawrence, Mass., at the recent city election.
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105
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CLASS OF 1907
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Richard S. Southgate
Charles A. Wing, non-graduate, was ordained pastor of the Unitarian church in Concord, N. H., November 26. He graduated from Meadville Divinity School in 1911, receiving a fellowship, on which he has since studied for a year
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CLASS OF 1910
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Maynard C. Teall
Two books by Frederic Kenyon Brown ("Al Priddy") are recent publications of the Pilgrim Press. "Through the School" is a sequel to "Through the Mill," his first book, and like the latter, is largely autobiographical, his life
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CLASS OF 1911
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Joshua B. Clark
Lafayette Noble Brooks died at his mother's home in Haverhill, Mass., May 18, 1912. He was born in Haverhill, July 27, 1888, and fitted for college at the high school of his native city. After graduation he became instructor
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Henry B. Van Dyne was married October 10 to Miss Dorothy Nearing of Philadelphia. The couple are residing in Troy, Pa., where Van Dyne is engaged with his father in the tanning business.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Dr. Maurice Francis Sullivan died of kidney disease at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., November 29. Dr. Sullivan was born in Monson, Mass., June 16, 1864, being the son of John T. and Katherine (Bagley) Sullivan. He graduated from
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CLASS OF 1911
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Dr. S. George Davis has completed a year's term of service at the Mary Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover, and goes to the Willard Parker Hospital, New. York, for a year's work in the infectious ward.
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