Issue: 19130201

Saturday, February 1, 1913
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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Harvard's recent decision to sever football relations with Dartmouth,
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thereby discontinuing the game which, next to that with Yale, has aroused the greatest popular interest in eastern New England, will be a source of regret to most lovers of good sport. The annual meeting of the great university
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A NEW VOCATION FOR COLLEGE MEN
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Emmett Hay Naylor '09
A new vocation for college men has recently come into being. It is the occupation of secretary of a civic organization known as a Board of Trade, Chamber of Commerce or Business Men's Association. While such associations
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COLLEGE NEWS
COST OF BOARD AT THE COMMONS AND GRILL
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A report recently issued by the College Auditor, Mr. H. C. Edgerton, relative to the cost of board at the College Commons and at the Grill reveals several interesting facts. The most important of these revelations is that
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DARTMOUTH MISSION STATION PROPOSED
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At the Congregational House in Boston on January 2, a conference was held of great interest to the alumni and members of the College. The purpose of the gathering was the discussion of plans for the establishment of a mission
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF THAYER SOCIETY
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The annual meeting and dinner of the Thayer Society of Engineer, held at the rooms of the Dartmouth C'ub of New York on January 14, was the largest and most enthusiastic in the history of the society. The reports of the
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ALTERATIONS IN ROLLINS CHAPEL AND MEDICAL BUILDING
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The remodeling of Rollins Chapel last summer included, it will be remembered, a new arrangement of the speaker's desk and, consequently, of the general seating plan of a large part of the building. By this arrangement, a
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DORMITORY SOCIAL ROOMS
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The policy of the College in providing in several of the dormitories rooms to serve as social headquarters for the occupants of the buildings appears to be justifying itself. It is an interesting fact that the idea of such
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NEW SANITARY PRECAUTIONS INSTITUTED
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The College justly prides itself on the watchful care it gives to conditions of sanitation. Two hygienic precautions recently instituted will serve still further to safeguard the health of the community. An inspection of
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CHAPEL ATTENDANCE
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A new method of recording attendance at chapel, which will go into effect at the opening of the second semester, has been established by the Registrar's office. By means of this system, every student will be personally
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE TAKES ACTION FOR STUDENT PROTECTION
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The following notice, signed by President Nichols, has been posted in all the dormitories of the College: "Any person found in this building who is not a member or officer of the College, or not accompanied by a member or
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FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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Professors Robert Fletcher, J. V. Hazen, and C. A. Holden attended the annual meeting in New York of the Thayer Society on January 14, and of the American Society of Civil Engineers on January 15 and 16. In connection with
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HARVARD-DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL ENDED
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As THE MAGAZINE goes to press, announcement is made by Harvard of the dropping of Dartmouth from the Crimson football schedule. At the present time it is impossible to give details of the processes of thought which led Harvard
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TENTATIVE PROGRAM OF THE SECRETARIES' MEETING MARCH 14 AND 15
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Following is a skeleton program of the Secretaries' Meeting to be held March 14 and 15 in Hanover. Just now fixing the date in the minds of delegates is the important consideration. The program in full will be printed next
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETS
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The annual convention of the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association was held in New York December 27. Briggs of Harvard was unanimously elected president of the Association. Dr. C. E. Bolser of Dartmouth was chosen
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THE FIRST NUMBER OF THE BEMA OUT
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In the first number of The Bema, the new literary magazine, the experiment of a periodical which is at once an open forum for undergraduate opinion and an outlet for literary expression, has -been, to a considerable extent,
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
GYMNASIUM TEAM ORGANIZED
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A gymnasium team will be developed during the winter. No contests with other college teams will be attempted this, year, but it is hoped that an exhibition during the Winter Carnival will be possible. A temporary president has
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WINTER CARNIVAL PLANS
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Plans have been prepared by the officers of the Outing Club for the third annual Winter Carnival which opens Thursday afternoon, February 13, and closes the evening of Saturday, February 15.
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DEBATING SOCIETY ORGANIZED
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The Lincoln-Douglas Debating Society of Dartmouth College was organized recently by the adoption of a constitution and the election of officers for the coming semester. This organization has for its purpose the training of men
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
SPECIAL WIRES FOR FOOTBALL GAMES
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A financial report of the College Club shows the expense's of special wires for the reporting of four football games. A trivial admission fee was charged, which more than paid for the expense.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
MEETING OF CLEF CLUB
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Twenty men attended the first meeting of the Clef Club held in Webster Hall. Professor Morse reviewed last season and outlined plans for the coming semester. The club will give evening entertainments at the houses of
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SCHOLARSHIP QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE DARTMOUTH
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The editors of The Dartmouth have voted the following scholastic requirements to regulate the competition for membership on the editorial staff:
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CHAPEL CUTS
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For a long time the subject of forced chapel exercises during the examination periods has rankled in the minds of the undergraduates. Bi-yearly petitions have become chronic. The following temporary compromise has been granted
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INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET
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In view of the success of the annual outdoor meet of secondary schools, the Athletic Council has decided to conduct an indoor invitation interscholastic track meet to be held February 22, in Alumni Gymnasium. All the secondary
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DEPUTATION TRIP OF THE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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Five men from the Dartmouth Christian Association spent several days, beginning January 11, at Chelsea, Vermont, endeavoring to show the boys and girls of that locality the beneficial effects of right living. A talk was
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
DARTMOUTH AT HARVARD
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The Harvard University Catalogue for 1912-1913 just issued, shows a total of 73 Dartmouth alumni enrolled in the Graduate Schools. Twenty are studying in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, two in the Gradate School
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TOPIC OF DEBATE CHANGED
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The question for the interscholastic debate conducted under the auspices of the College has been changed, and now reads: Resolved: That capital punishment should be abolished in this state.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
RIFLE TEAM MATCHES
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A range for the rifle team has been installed in the Alumni Gymnasium. Matches have been shot with Rhode Island State, University of Maine, and Clemson Agricultural College. The results of shoots are sent to the National
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DUAL MEET WITH PENN
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The varsity track team will clash with the University of Pennsylvania in a dual meet on Alumni Oval May 10. Announcement to this effect was given out by the Pennsylvania athletic authorities during the Christmas recess.
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HOCKEY
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Scores to date:
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BASKETBALL
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
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THE OUTING CLUB
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Despite the dubious weather prospects, the Outing Club has been making elaborate plans for the Winter Carnival, to be held February 11-15. Besides the distinctive Outing Club events, a hockey game will be played. The
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FOOTBALL CAPTAINCY
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The resignation of W. F. Engelhorn '14 from the captaincy of the football team was an unexpected blow to the prospects for next year. In a letter to the Athletic Council, Engelhorn stated that as he had played one year at
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VAUDEVILLE NIGHT PLANNED
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In years past, vaudeville performances have been undertaken by the undergraduates. This year, to. revive the custom, the Dramatic Club has offered three prizes for the best vaudeville performances to be presented before the
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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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THE DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION OF ALBANY, N. Y., FOUNDED IN 1909
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CLASS SECRETARIES
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'46 Dr. J. Whitney Barstow, Gramercy Park, New York City.
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ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN NEW YORK
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H.W. GRAVES
On Monday evening, December 30, 1912, thirty-four Dartmouth alumni and undergraduates met at the Powers Hotel in Rochester to celebrate the Fourth Annual Dinner of the Central and Western New York Association. Tables were set
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ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION
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LEIGH C. TURNER '04
The St. Louis Alumni Association wishes to express to Dartmouth College and President Nichols its appreciation of his visit to us on Saturday, January 4, 1913. President Nichols arrived on the morning train, and in due course
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CLASS OF 1846
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J. Whitney Barstow
The following inscription is upon the memorial fountain in Post Office Square, Boston, which has recently been set up and will be formally dedicated in the spring: "In Memory of George Thorndike Angell, 1823-1909. Erected in
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CLASS OF 1852
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Rev. John Colby died December 30 at his home in Fitzwilliam, N. H., in his ninety-second year. He was born in York, Me., October 1, 1821, being the son of Benjamin and Betsey (Tenney) Colby. After graduation from Andover
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CLASS OF 1864
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John C. Webster
Dr. Willard Wheeler Freeman, son of Joshua and Sarah (Brown) Freeman, was born October 4, 1839, at Albion, Me. He entered Waterville (now Colby) College in the fall of 1860, and remained there until he entered our class at
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
Harry Freeman Towle died December 31 of Bright's disease at his home at New Brighton, Staten Island, New York City. He was born in Epsom, N. H., May 20, 1852, and prepared for college at Penacook Academy. He maintained a high
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Rev. John Savilian Ladd died suddenly at Johnsville, N. Y., November 13, of apoplexy. He was born at Epping, N. H., April 7, 1852, being a son of Daniel Watson and Lucy Ann (Dustin) Ladd. N. W. Ladd '73 and F. J. G. Ladd '78
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
The secretary has issued, under date of January 1, a pamphlet of twenty-one pages, containing a directory of the class, notes about, various members, a series of questions seeking biographical data, and an appeal for a large
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
Dr. Franklin G. Humiston died December 31 at the Eliot Hospital, Boston, of heart failure following a surgical operation. He was born at Owego, Tioga Co., N. Y., April 10, 1855, being he son of Amos and Betsey Philinda
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CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
"New Light upon the Old Truth", by Rev. Dr. C. A. Dinsmore of Waterbury, Conn., has recently appeared from the press of Houghton Mifflin Company. It comprises six addresses delivered in response to an invitation from a group
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
Rev. A. Herbert Armes, who has been preaching for the Congregational church of Northwood Center, N. H., has been invited to act as pastor of the church for a year.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Rev. Samuel C. Bartlett of the Japan mission of the American Board arrived in San Francisco November 14 for a year's vacation in this country.
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CLASS OF 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
James B. Reynolds, secretary of the Republican National Committee and former assistant secretary of the treasury and member of the Tariff Board, was married in Mobile, Ala. December 28, to Mrs. Irene Hearin. It was' announced
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CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Dr. Paul Carson, former port physician of Boston, has been temporarily serving as assistant physician at the United States Immigration Station in that city, but resumed private practice January 1.
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CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
The secretary has sent out a typewritten account of the reunion at the last Commencement, with a condensed account of the record since graduation of each member of the class. We take a few items from the report of recent
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CLASS OF 1895
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Charles A. Holden
Born, at Marsovan, Turkey, December 6, a son, William, to Dr. and Mrs. Jesse K. Marden.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
E. R. Cate represents the Westinghouse, Church, Kerr Co., in Pittsburgh, Pa. His office is in the Union Bank Building.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Everett M. Stevens and Elizabeth B. McPherson were married January 1, 1913, at Nashua, N. H. They will live at 910 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Clarence C. Hills was married November 27, 1912, at Battle Creek, Mich., to Miss Isabel Gorman. They live at 38 South 6th St., Columbus, Ohio, and have a plate always ready for any Dartmouth man passing that way. He is engaged
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CLASS OF 1908
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Lawrence M. Symmes
W. Mayo Lynde, non-graduate, is postmaster at Soldier, Blaine Co., Idaho.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Joshua B. Clark
Rev. Walter A. Morgan has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational church at West Lebanon, N. H., and has accepted a call to the First Congregational church of Dover N. H.
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Harrie B. Chase, non-graduate, was admitted to the Vermont bar in October after a course in Boston University Law School, and has gone into partnership with his father at Brattleboro, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Dr. Homer Barnard Wilson of White River Junction and Susan Reynolds, daughter of Mrs. Josiah Edward Kendall of South Strafford, Vt., were married at the latter place on the evening of December 19.
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FIRST GENERAL REUNION, MEDICAL ALUMNI September, 1912
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FIRST GENERAL REUNION, MEDICAL ALUMNI September, 1912
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