Issue: 19130801

Friday, August 1, 1913
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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COMMENCEMENT
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The Commencement of 1913, the one hundred and forty-fourth in the history of the College, was, in point of numbers, large reunions, and general enthusiasm, one of the most successful ever held. The several "class secretaries and
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THE STATE OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Again THE MAGAZINE places before its readers a brief resume of the year's progress; the third in the series. Necessarily superficial, an article of this kind is far from being an official report. Together with the brief
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THE MEDICAL SCHOOL
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John Martin Gile
A special committee of the trustees of the College has, during the past year, given much consideration to the question of medical education at Dartmouth, with the result that the board finally voted to discontinue the last two
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THAYER SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Robert Fletcher, Director
The fortieth class was graduated from the Thayer School of Civil Engineering, April 25th. Within two weeks, its thirteen members were actively engaged in professional work, and widely scattered two - in Maine, six in
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THE AMOS TUCK SCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
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William R. Gray,
In a review similar to this, published a year ago in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, it was suggested that in emerging from a period of experimental development, the Tuck School had become conscious of the limitations of earlier
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THE SUMMER SESSION OF 1913
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W. V. Bingham,
Where numbers are a criterion, the Summer Session of 1913 will certainly be counted successful. The attendance, as compared with 1912, increased more than fifty per cent. This ratio of increase is found both in the number of
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Sports
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ATHLETICS AT DARTMOUTH
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Charles Ernest Bolser
The following article is an attempt by the writer, with the assistance of his colleagues on the Faculty Committee, to comply with a request of the editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE to present to the alumni matters concerning the
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COLLEGE NEWS
CLASS CUP AWARD
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The trophy cup presented by the Class of 1894 and annually awarded to the class having the largest percentage of living graduates returning at Commencement, was won this year by the Class of 1873, of whom fifty-six per cent
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE BARRETT CUP
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John Barrett
John Barrett, Dartmouth '89, Director of the Pan-American Union, sprung a surprise upon the Dartmouth Commencement by sending a magnificent solid silver cup, two feet high, designed by Tiffany and held as an honor roll for
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COLLEGE NEWS
WEBSTER BIRTHPLACE CELEBRATION
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Once more the College has been asked to participate in a celebration in honor of her greatest alumnus. On the twenty-eighth of August the restored birthplace of Daniel Webster at Franklin, N. H., will be dedicated with
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY CHANGES
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The following list of changes in the personnel of the faculty for the coming year will be of interest to the alumni and friends of the College. Where biographical data has not already been given they will be published in a
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COLLEGE NEWS
PROFESSOR UPDYKE ON "COUNTY GOVERNMENT"
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Professor Frank A. Updyke, of the department of Political Science, is one of the contributors to the recently published volume of the Annals of theAmerican' Association of Political andSocial Science, entitled "County Government".
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS AT HARVARD
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It is interesting to note that in the award of fellowships and scholarships in the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for the year 1913-14, appointments have been given to four men from Dartmouth College: R. M.
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COLLEGE NEWS
RESEARCH BY MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT
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The charge is sometimes made that the faculties of colleges isolated as is Dartmouth from large centers, become lethargic in the matter of original re-research. If the recent activities of the department of mathematics form any
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT NICHOLS ON VACATION
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President Nichols, accompanied by Mrs. Nichols and Miss Nichols, sailed from Boston July 8 on the Cunarder "Franconia" for a few weeks' vacation. The time will be spent in England, Scotland, and on the Continent. President
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT WILSON IN HANOVER
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The proximity of Hanover to Cornish, which has sprung into recent fame by virtue of its choice as the summer capital of the country, has added even more to the gaiety of the always gay summer season at Dartmouth. Nearly every
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
CHANGE IN METHOD OF ELECTING PALAEOPITUS
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In the future, membership to Palae-opitus will be limited to eleven as in the past, but six of these will be members ex-officio, as follows: managers of the football, baseball, and track teams; the football captain, the
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LOUDON ELECTED BASEBALL CAPTAIN
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Paul Witmer Loudon of North Troy, N.Y., has been elected captain of the 1914 baseball team. Loudon has secured a "D" in football, basketball, and baseball. He is vice-president of his c lass and a member of Palaeopitus.
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OLSON ELECTED TRACK CAPTAIN
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C. E. Olson has been chosen captain of the track team for 1914. Olson is from Worcester and a graduate of the Worcester South High School
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
WEBBER ELECTED TENNIS CAPTAIN
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H. W. Webber will lead the 1914 tennis team. Webber is from Beverly and a graduate of the Beverly High School.
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BABCOCK ELECTED CHEERLEADER
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J. H. Babcock of Washington, D. C., has been appointed head cheerleader for next year.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
GILES ELECTED CAPTAIN OF GOLF TEAM
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E. N. Giles, present holder of the college golf championship, has been elected captain of the 1914 team. He is from Beverly and a graduate of the Beverly High School.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
NON-ATHLETIC MANAGERS CHOSEN
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Assistant manager of the Musical Clubs — W. Z. Fuller 'IS.
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ATHLETIC MANAGERS CHOSEN
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Assistant manager of football — J. U. Loomis '15.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BEMA BOARD ELECTIONS
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J. M. Palmer '14 and M. B. Mullin '15 have been elected to the literary staff and B. Ruml '15 and F. L. Pearce '15 have been elected to the business department of The Bema.
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THE DARTMOUTH ELECTIONS
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C. D. Fletcher '15 has been chosen assistant circulation manager of TheDartmouth. K. H. Smith '15 has been elected assistant business manager. H. H. Green '16, R. F. Magill '16 and G. H. Smith '16 have been added to the news
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DEATH OF J. F. McMICHAEL '15
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John Fleming McMichael '15, of Denver, Colorado, was killed in an automobile accident on the evening of July 27. He was driving his car home from the Denver Motor Club at Morrison when the steering .gear broke and the car
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GOLF TEAM
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The golf team lost to Concord 13 to 10 and won from Manchester 13 to 11.
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NON-VARSITY TENNIS
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E. L. Gulick, Jr., '13 defeated P.J. Livermore '16 in the final singles of the non-varsity tennis tournament. The doubles of the tournament went to Livermore '16 and T. C. Pray '15, who defeated F. R. Marceau '14 and R. E
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FRESHMAN BASEBALL
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Dartmouth 9 — Tilton 4.
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ATHLETIC SUMMARY
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For the sake of convenient reference a summary of the results in the major athletic sports of the past year is here appended, with very brief comment.
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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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CLASS OF 1863
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M. C. Lamprey,
A. W. H.
Nine members of the class were at Hanover in June to celebrate the semi-centennial of their graduation. This was not quite half of those who are living. Three or four others had expected to be here, but they did not appear.
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CLASS OF 1868
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Charles F. Emerson
CHARLES F. EMERSON,
It is generally expected that the decennial reunion will attract most attention, unless it be the twenty fifth. The class of '68, however, would register its most successful reunion as that of the forty-fifth anniversary
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CLASS OF 1873
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S. Winchester Adriance,
S. W. ADRLANCE.
The class of 1873, in of the fortieth anniversary of their graduation, had a most successful reunion. The college authorities set apart for their use North Fayerweather. The class numbered eighty-seven at graduation and lour
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson,
WM. D. PARKINSON,
The class of 1878 gathered at Commencement for a reunion on the occasion of its thirty-fifth anniversary. Thirty-three members of the class were present, as follows: Andrews, Bouton, A. O. Brown, Caverly, Dana, Dodd, Edson,
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CLASS OF 1883
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Alfred E. Watson,
ALFRED E. WATSON,
The reunion of the class of '83, on the thirtieth anniversary of the graduation of the class, at last Commencement, was attended by seventeen members who originally enrolled with the class. The headquarters of the class were at
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CLASS OF 1888
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Wm. Byron Forbush,
WM. BYRON FORBUSH,
Good wives and children have always been a specialty of the class of 1888, so that it is not strange that to the thirty-two men who answered the call for their twenty-fifth reunion there should have been added nearly as many
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson,
H. C. PEARSON
The twenty year reunion of the class of 1893, at Hanover, June 21-25, inclusive, was attended by the following fellows: Rufus H. Baker, Concord, N. H., and son Perley, the "class baby"; Frank A. Benton, New Haven, Conn., and
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake,
H. W. BLAKE
The quindecennial reunion of this class, though not notable for the large .number attending, was generally admitted by those who did attend to be the most thoroughly enjoyable occasion of its kind that has been observed by this
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson,
E. H. KENERSON,
Fifty-four members of the Class of 1903 gathered at Hanover for their decennial, and it was an enjoyable Occasion for all present. The class dinner was held Monday evening at the Commons, during which the Reverend Robert M.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Lawrence M. Symmes,
LAURENCE M. SYMMES,
From the ends of the earth we came into Hanover, one hundred strong, on the afternoon of June 21st. The Fifth Reunion of the Class of 1908!! Since the year before Mike Stearns and his able corps of assistants had been preparing
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CLASS OF 1910
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Maynard C. Teall,
CLARKE W. TOBIN
In giving an account of the 1910 triennial, it is necessary to go back a full year, prior to the Commencement exercises of 1912. At this early time, the class officers appointed a committee. The men chosen were selected from our
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow,
CONRAD E. SNOW,
At least forty-three members of the class appeared in Hanover at some time or other during the 1913 Commencement. Nothing elaborate was attempted, and the returning boys scattered among those whom they knew best in the
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"DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
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The Vermont Academy For Boys
The Vermont Academy For Boys
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson,
E. H. KENERSON,
Fifty-four members of the Class of 1903 gathered at Hanover for their decennial, and it was an enjoyable Occasion for all present. The class dinner was held Monday evening at the Commons, during which the Reverend Robert M.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1908
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Lawrence M. Symmes,
LAURENCE M. SYMMES,
From the ends of the earth we came into Hanover, one hundred strong, on the afternoon of June 21st. The Fifth Reunion of the Class of 1908!! Since the year before Mike Stearns and his able corps of assistants had been preparing
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CLASS OF 1910
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Maynard C. Teall,
CLARKE W. TOBIN
In giving an account of the 1910 triennial, it is necessary to go back a full year, prior to the Commencement exercises of 1912. At this early time, the class officers appointed a committee. The men chosen were selected from our
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow,
CONRAD E. SNOW,
At least forty-three members of the class appeared in Hanover at some time or other during the 1913 Commencement. Nothing elaborate was attempted, and the returning boys scattered among those whom they knew best in the
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The Vermont Academy For Boys
The Vermont Academy For Boys
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