Issue: 19130501

Thursday, May 1, 1913
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THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Text of the Tucker Fund Committee's vote on an alumni
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fellowship and undergraduate scholarship should have appeared in the April number of THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Its omission was due to unavoidable complications. It is,, however, printed in full in this number, and the careful
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SCRAPS OF EARLY DARTMOUTH HISTORY
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Levi Frisbie
The first class to graduate from Dartmouth College was that of 1771. By curious coincidence, two interesting bits of data concerning the class of 1771 have appeared simultaneously and, having been seized upon and arranged by
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COLLEGE NEWS
TUCKER FUND PURPOSES DEFINED
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Any obscurity concerning the uses to which the Tucker Fund may be put, is cleared by recent votes of the committee which has the fund in charge. By these votes it is proposed to help meet two insistent demands of the alumni:
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COLLEGE NEWS
TRUSTEES TAKE IMPORTANT ACTION
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The decision to abandon the giving of the medical degree at Dartmouth; the declaration of a progressive policy for the Tuck School; the appointment of new men to fill vacancies in the instruction corps characterized the trustee
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE SUMMER SESSION
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Last summer, in addition to the usual array of elementary college courses,, the College made available for its graduates and for the graduates of other institutions, a variety of courses of instruction of advanced grade, given
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI TRUSTEE AND COUNCIL BALLOTS
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The Secretary of the Alumni Association, Professor Homer E. Keyes, has mailed to each alumnus, ballots for Alumni Trustee and for members of the Alumni Council. The polls for trustee elections close at 6 p. m., on June 24,
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COLLEGE NEWS
TROPHY ROOM FURNISHINGS
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We reproduce in this number of THE MAGAZINE a photograph of the trophy room of Alumni Gymnasium as it now appears. The new furnishings, for which we all owe our thanks to those generous alumni and friends of the College who
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE PINE PARK
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The Trustees of Dartmouth College and the Hanover Village Precinct have come, through the kind generosity of the shareholders of the Pine Park Association, into the joint possession in trust of the one hundred acres of
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COLLEGE NEWS
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On the evening of April 11, Mr. W. G. Knapp, Secretary to the President, gave an illustrated talk about the College to forty men of the Dartmouth Club of Phillips Andover Academy.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FRATERNITY ACTIVITIES CEASE
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With the invitations proffered to freshmen to join fraternities on March 29, the organized fraternity activities for the year ceased. Since the first "chinning day", receptions to prospective candidates have been held by the
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
M. C. SPARHAWK '14 LOSES LIFE IN DROWNING ACCIDENT
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M. C. Sparhawk '14 lost his life as the result of the capsizing of a canoe in the rapids of Sumners Falls about 6 o'clock on the morning of Monday, April 14; and G. M. Munroe '13, who was with him, barely escaped drowning.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA GIVE CONCERT
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With a trained chorus of sixty voices and an orchestra of thirty pieces, the annual concert given by the College Choir and Orchestra was held in Webster Hall. The Dartmouth String Quartet assisted in the program.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
NEWTON ALUMNI DEBATE
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B. F. Andrews and A. S. Kilbourne won first and second prizes respectively in the Newton Alumni Extemporaneous Debate.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
DEBATING UNION OFFICERS
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H. P. Full '14 and L. D. White '14 have been elected manager and president respectively of the Debating Union. The constitution of the organisation is to be revised in the near future.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FRESHMAN RECEPTION
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President and Mrs. Nichols, assisted by the class officer, Professor Updyke, and Mrs. Updyke, received the members of the freshman class in College Hall on the evening of March 20. Refreshments were served and dancing was
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
RECEPTION IN TROPHY ROOM
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President and Mrs. Nichols, together with Doctor and Mrs. Gile, received at an informal reception to faculty members and seniors in the Trophy Room of the Alumni Gymnasium, on March 25.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
CLASS SMOKERS
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Class smoke talks have been popular this year. All the classes except the freshmen have held smokers. Prof. Keyes as a chalk-talker, and C. E. Griffith '15, the college violinist, have furnished the most popular entertainment
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
INSPECTION OF TUBERCULAR SANITARIUM
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The entire junior class of the Medical School, under the leadership of Dr. J. M. Gile, Dean of the Medical deparment, made an inspection trip to the Glencliff Tubercular Sanitarium at Glencliff, N. H., in the latter part of
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
LECTURE ON THE BALKANS
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Many interesting facts in regard to the Balkan States were brought out by V. Kalenderian '14, in his lecture on the Balkan situation at G. A. R. Hall, on March 20. Kalenderian '14 is an Armenian who has had many interesting
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BIBLE CLASS DISCUSSIONS
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Under the direction of Professor Marshall, problems of pertinent interest to undergraduates are being discussed at weekly gatherings in Bartlett Hall. The following four questions were the first to be dealt with, and are fairly
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION
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The Dartmouth Christian Association was represented at the Y. M. C. A. convention of presidents and delegates from the eastern colleges held at Harvard during the Easter recess.
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Sports
UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BASEBALL
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Scores to date:
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
1916 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
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Apr. 28. Tilton at Hanover. 30. Groton at Groton.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
TRACK ATHLETICS
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VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
SKI WINNERS DECIDED
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Because of the inability of the skijumpers to finish the contests for the Harris and Senior cups, the awarding of the prizes was left to the judgment of Professor Hull and Doctor Bowler. After taking into consideration the two
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
RIFLE TEAM
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The rifle team league match between Norwich and Dartmouth, resulted in favor of the Vermont team by a score of 937 to 919. The five highest members of the Dartmouth team and their scores are: J. H. Field '14, 186; C. Kingsley
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GOLF SCHEDULE
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Saturday, May 24—Williams at Williams (pending).
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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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DARTMOUTH CLUB OF BOSTON
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On the evening of March 28 the Dartmouth Club held the first intercollegiate smoke-talk ever held in Boston; bringing together in one jovial gathering at Copley Hall graduates of forty-seven colleges and universities.
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CLASS OF 1861
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Maj. E. D. Redington
Henry Clay Welch died in Cleveland, Ohio March 22, of pneumonia, after an illness of two days. He was born in Lowell, Mass. July 8, 1839, the son of Arnold and Hannah A. (Peirce) Welch. He was fitted for college in the high
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CLASS OF 1871
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Charles F. Richardson
Albert Russell Savage of Auburn, Maine, senior associate justice of the Maine supreme court, has been appointed chief justice thereof by Governor Haines. Judge Savage was admitted to the bar in 1874, and has been county attorney
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
A suggestion has been made to the board of education of the city of Washington to name the new Central High School building in that city as a memorial to Edward A. Paul, the first principal of the Washington High School, who
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Rev. Charles Parkhurst, D.D. 'has served for twenty-five years as editor of Zion'sHerald, the Methodist paper of New England. In the issue of that paper for March 5, the following expression of appreciation from the managers of the
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CLASS OF 1883
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Alfred E. Watson
Rev. John Barstow has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational church of Lee, Mass., and will remove- to Wethersfield, Conn.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
At the quarterly meeting of the Illinois Society, Sons of the American Revolution, held at the Auditorium Hotel, Chicago, on the evening of March 28, Chancellor L. Jenks, vice-president of the society, gave an illustrated travel
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CLASS OF 1888
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Wm. Byron Forbush
At the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Society, Sons of the American Revolution, held in the Old South Meeting House, Boston, April 19, Rev. Newton M. Hall, D.D., of Springfield, was elected one of the three
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Henry P. Blair was chosen president of, the board of education of the District of Columbia, at a meeting of the board held April 2.
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CLASS OF 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
Rev George Sherman Mills, pastor of the Second Congregational church of Bennington, Vt., and his wife sailed from Boston, April 26, by the White Star Line steamer Canopic, for a three months' vacation in Italy, Switzerland,
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Natt W. Emerson joined April 1, the Boston office of the Curtis Publishing Company publishers of the Saturday Evening postLadies' Home Journal, and Country GentlemanHe will be connected with the advertising staff, and work in the New
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
The Princeton University Press publishes monograph by Prof. George W. Elderkin of Princeton, entitled "Problems in Periclean Building," which is of much interest and value to students of archaeology.
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Hugh Blair, who has represented the Diamond Rubber Company in Jacksonville, Fla., for the last six months, has returned to New Orleans as manager of a branch office of the United States Fire Company.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Fletcher Hale, who practices law in Laconia, N. H., was recently married in Dorchester' Mass.; to Alice N., daughter of Mr and Mrs. George R. Armstrong of Bedford, N.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Lawrence M. Symmes
From the Fifth Report of this class, recently issued in a pamphlet of seventy-nine pages, the following memoranda of recent changes and happenings are taken:
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
George H. Hinckley is practicing law at 102 Exchange St., Portland, Me.
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Paul S. Moyer is with the American Hide and Leather Company in Chicago.
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CLASS OF 1862
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Dr. John Alfred Hayes died March 21 in Somersworth, N. H., where he had been in practice for many years. He was born in Berwick, Me., March 27, 1839. Dr. Hayes had an honorable Civil War record, having been commissioned
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CLASS OF 1866
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Dr Orlando Wood Sherwin died April 17 at his home in Woodstock, Vt, after an illness of nearly a year from a complication of diseases. He was born in Woodstock, October 30, 1837, his parents being Calvin S. and Angeline (Wood)
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CLASS OF 1897
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Dr. Harry Raymond Bennett died of pneumonia in the Bridgeport (Conn.) Hospital, March 22. He was born in Bridgeport, April 5, 1873, being the son of Caleb Harry and Mary Lee (Hoxsie) Bennett. After graduating from the city
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"DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
"DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
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The Vermont Academy For Boys
The Vermont Academy For Boys
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The Scenery of the Sea
The Scenery of the Sea
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Hotel Cumberland
Hotel Cumberland
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DANIEL WEBSTER
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DANIEL WEBSTER From the painting by Pope, presented to the College 1912 by Edward Tuck
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