Issue: 19131101

Saturday, November 1, 1913
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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This number of THE MAGAZINE has
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more news to relate than has any first number since the periodical was established. And this is not due to any increase in the size of the College; that, fortunately, during the past few years has undergone slight change.' But
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ADDRESS TO THE STUDENTS AT THE OPENING OF COLLEGE SEPTEMBER 18, 1913
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Ernest Fox Nichols
We are met together at the threshold of the one hundred and forty-fifth year of Dartmouth College. It is my privilege to welcome to the College today teachers, administrative officers, and students; but teachers and
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THE CHEMICAL LABORATORY
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Edwin J. Bartlett
My attention has been called to an article in The Dartmouth of June 24th, which touches briefly the overcrowded condition of the Chemical Laboratory.
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COLLEGE NEWS
A LOSS TO THE COLLEGE
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Within the last two months the College has sustained a severe loss in the death of three men whose lives have been closely woven into many phases of its activities. On August 28, Marvin Davis Bisbee died at the home of his
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY CHANGES
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The following changes in the faculty have occurred since those recorded in the August number of THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE. The names of those newly appointed are also repeated from that list and biographical material added.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH NIGHT
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The observance of Dartmouth Night on October 3, was fully in keeping with the tradition of the seventeen similar occasions that have preceded it. It was the pleasure of the College this time to welcome back home the alumni from
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFTS TO THE COLLEGE
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Gifts announced on Dartmouth Night give renewed testimony to the continued interest of Mr. Edward Tuck '62 in the College. First, he has promised a sum sufficient to construct a roadway through the so-called Webster Vale on the
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COLLEGE NEWS
MR. JOHNSON'S GIFTS TO THE OUTING CLUB
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On May 30 of this year, Camp No. 1 of the Outing Club, situated on the western slope of Moose Mountain, was dedicated to all lovers of outdoor life. A large company went over for the occasion, including President and Mrs.
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COLLEGE NEWS
RESOLUTION OF THE FACULTY
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Professor Emerson's connection with the College since his graduation, forty five years ago, has been of such an in- timate nature that few of the alumni probably realize that he has withdrawn from his active administrative
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ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS
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The figures given out from the Registrar's office show the total enrollment of students to be 1336, divided as follows:
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COLLEGE NEWS
BUILDING OPERATIONS
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In recent years Hanover has been in a constant state of transformation, owing to the new building projects. The alumnus who returns as often as once a year must spend his first few moments on the campus,, trying to adjust
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFTS TO THE TROPHY ROOM
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In addition to the new furnishings of the trophy room of the Alumni Gymnasium, listed in THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE of last May, the gift of an elk head, presented by the Montana alumni through George M. Lewis '97, has been received,
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEDICAL ALUMNI REUNION
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The annual gathering of the medical alumni took place at Hanover, October 3rd and 4th. Forty-five registered, representing eight states. The class of 1856 was represented by Dr. G. P. Conn of Concord, N. H. Forty three
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COLLEGE NEWS
DEDICATION OF THE WEBSTER BIRTHPLACE
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On the twenty-eighth of August, the farm on which Daniel Webster was born and spent his boyhood was fittingly dedicated. The farm., located in Franklin, formerly the town of Salisbury, has been restored to the exact
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRIZE FOR BEST SONG
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The prize of $100 offered by Weld A. Rollins '97, for the best college song written by a Dartmouth undergraduate or alumnus is still open to competition. The music of the song must be original. The words may either be original
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE PRESIDENT'S ENGAGEMENTS
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On August 27, President Nichols returned from Europe and on the next day was one of the speakers at the dedication of the Webster birthplace. On September 29, with Mrs. Nichols, he attended the funeral of Professor Eastman
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF ALUMNI COUNCIL
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The Alumni Council, which came into existence last June, will hold its first meeting in Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia, on November 7 and 8. The personnel of the Council was announced in the August number of THEALUMNI
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NEW ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FORMED
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At a meeting held in Toronto, on September 9, alumni resident in Canada formed the Canadian Alumni Association of Dartmouth College. The following officers were elected:
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES
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On October 3 and 4 the trustees held their regular fall meeting in Parkhurst Administration Building. The essential matters of business transacted have been reported under the headings of faculty changes and gifts to the College.
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NOTES
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A large and excellent photograph of the late Walbridge A. Field, class of 1855, who was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts from 1890 to 1899, has been presented to the College by John A. Aiken, class of 1874,
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION PROSPERS IN MANY LINES
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The Christian Association is coming into its own. From a position of relative unimportance in undergraduate affairs, it has risen steadily in the last two months until it is now generally recognized as a dominant influence
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
FOOTBALL REVIEW
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A football team lighter than those that year after year have made the Big Green team a byword has been evolved by Coach Cavanaugh this year. With the handicap of a light line to overcome, the men have developed a tremendous
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CROSS-COUNTRY SCHEDULE
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Varsity vs. Maine, October 25, at Hanover.
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
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Scores to date:
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FRESHMEN WIN BASEBALL SERIES
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The freshmen won the second and third-games of the annual fall baseball series, winning the deciding game the same day that the Phillies won the world's championship from New York.
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TENNIS
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W. H. Webber '14 defeated K. Koeniger '17 for the' singles championship of the College, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. Two freshmen won the college doubles championship in the annual fall tournament. K. Koeniger '17 and R. E. Cheney
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GOLF
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The Dartmouth quintet defeated the Williams team 4-1 over the Country Club links on the morning of the football game.
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SOPHOMORES WIN FOOTBALL RUSH
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The annual rush between the "Come on Freshies" and the "No Sand Sophies" on the college campus ended by a victory for the second-year men, when the president of Palaeopitus gave E. H. Knight '16 the decision.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
DEBATING SOCIETIES ORGANIZE UNDER COMMON HEAD
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The Dartmouth Debating Union has reorganized under the name of the Forensic Union. The change has been made to bring the various debating societies into closer relation and to secure efficient management of all debating
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THE DARTMOUTH INCORPORATES
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Founded in 1839, "the oldest college newspaper in America", The Dartmouth now deserves the further distinction of being incorporated. During the summer the new management of the paper busied themselves looking up Maine laws and
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TO TEST FRESHMAN MINDS
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Professor Bingham of the Psychological Department has instituted a system of tests intended to determine the typical freshman mind, and to give the men tested an estimate of their own mental ability.
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DELTA ALPHA ACTIVITIES
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No little-Eva-crossing-the-ice stunts were given the freshmen this year in the traditional Delta Alpha activities, but instead there was substituted a more rational and certainly more humorous form of gentle hazing that took
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JUNIOR PROM DATES
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May 13-17 has been fixed by the 1915 Junior Prom Committee as the date of the great festivities.
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SENIOR CLASS ELECTIONS
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The senior, class officers elected for the first semester are: H. A. Koelsch, Jr., president; R. N. Hogsett, vice-president ; F. A. Llewellyn, secretary; and C. M. Claeys, treasurer. J. P. Margeson, Jr., was chosen
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DRAMATIC SEASON OPENS
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Two one-act English plays and an original musical revue, entitled "On to Princeton", were given with great success by college dramatists and vaudeville stars in Webster Hall on the night of the Williams game.
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CERCLE FRANCAIS TO GIVE PLAY
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Responding to the stimulus of Edward Tuck's recent gift for the maintenance of a resident native professor of French at Dartmouth, the Cercle Français is planning an enlargement of membership, planning to engage rooms until
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PALAEOPITUS EXPLAINS CHINNING RULES
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The functions and position of Palaeopitus in College were explained to the freshmen in a mass meeting called on the first day of the year. The rules governing fraternity pledging for the year 1913-1914, the faculty court
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GRADUATE MANAGER CHOSEN
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J. R. Burleigh '14, manager of the Dramatic Club, has been chosen graduate manager of all non-athletic organizations. He will have supervision over the Dramatic Club, the Forensic Union, Junior, Prom, and the Musical Clubs.
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NEW SYSTEM AT COMMONS
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In the place of the usual student head waiter in the Commons dining room, Mr. Fairfield has engaged Edward S. Cahill, a man who has had fifteen years experience in college dining halls and in the hotel business. Mr. Cahill
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SOPHOMORE CLASS ELECTIONS
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C. A. Pudrith has been re-elected president of the class of 1916. Other officers are: P. O. Soutar, vice-president ; J. P. English, secretary; R. Parkhurst, treasurer.
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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,
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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 1855
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Samuel P. Bond
Ira N. Barnes, M.D., died August 13, 1913, at his home in Decatur, Ill, leaving surviving him a widow and a son, Lynn M. Barnes, M. D., a graduate of Harvard, now residing and practicing his profession in Decatur. Dr. Ira N.
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CLASS OF 1860
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Arthur Little
Caleb Cushing Sargent died July 26 at his home in Corinth, Vt. The son of Jonathan and Sarah (Marston) Sargent, he was born in Candia, N. H., December 24, 1835, and fitted for college at Pembroke Academy. He was a member of the
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CLASS OF 1862
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Luther W. Emerson
John Sidney Warren, M.D., died at Atlantic City, N. J., on the 18th of July, 1913. Born at Middleton, N. H., July 4, 1841 he hailed from Rochester, N. H., when in college. Doctor Warren fitted for college at Wolfboro (N. H.)
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CLASS OF 1863
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M. C. Lamprey
Rev. Joseph Connor Bodwell died at Machiasport, Me., April 17, 1913. He was the son of Rev. Dr. Joseph Connor and Catharine (Sykes) Bodwell, and was born in Weymouth, England, February 29. 1840. His father, a Dartmouth graduate
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
George Edward Chickering died in Danvers, Mass., August 26, 1913, of Bright's disease, after a year's illness. He was the son of William and Fanny (Noyes) Chickering, was born in Andover, Mass., June 29, 1843, and fitted for
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CLASS OF 1868
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Charles F. Emerson
"Biographical Sketches of the Class of 1868, Dartmouth College, with Historical Notes of the College, 1864-1913," is the title of a cloth-bound volume of 170 pages which has just come from the press. Special features of the
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CLASS OF 1870
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Lemuel S. Hastings
Edmund Perley Hemenway, son of Artemas P. and Valeria (Wilcox). Hemenway, was born in Gilsum, N. H., June 11, 1846. His preparation for the Chandler Scientific Department was obtained in the public schools of Springfield,
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CLASS OF 1871
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Marvin Davis Bisbee, librarian at Dartmouth from 1886 to 1910, died of pneumonia August 28, 1913, at the summer home of his daughter, in Windham, Me.
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CLASS OF 1872
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Albert E. Frost
Albert Stillman Batchellor died at his home in Littleton, N. H., June 15, after an immediate illness of several weeks and a long affliction of blindness. He was the son of Stillman and Mary Jane (Smith) Batchellor, and was born
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Hon. Thomas D. Luce was recently given a beautiful silver service by the Hills borough county bar, as a testimonial of their respect and admiration for him as clerk of the superior court for that county for more than
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Lockwood, Greene and Company, architects and engineers for industrial plants, of 60 Federal St., Boston, of which company Frank E. Shedd is vice-president, announce the establishment of a Canadian office in the McGill Building,
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CLASS OF 1885
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Herbert D. Foster
The following is taken from the New YorkSun, of June 2.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
William H. Taylor has been promoted from the Superior to the Supreme bench of Vermont, by appointment of Governor Fletcher.
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
A report issued before the recent class reunion, and in preparation for it, bears the appropriate title, "Vingt Ans Apres". The secretary has been unusually successful in the collection and arrangement of material.
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CLASS OF 1899
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Charles H. Donahue
Willard Isaac Hyatt died of pulmonary tuberculosis at St. Albans, Vt., Aug. 27. He was a son of Rev. Isaac and Hannah (Allen) Hyatt, and was born in St. Johnsbury, Vt., March 2, 1873. His boyhood days were spent in Gilford
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
Earle E. Wilson has removed from South Royalton, Vt., to Westboro, Mass., to become principal of the high school and superintendent of schools.
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
The Fifth Report has appeared as a pamphlet of ninety-five pages. Material taken from it will be used next month.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Edgar Gilbert
Walter H. Lillard,' instructor in Phillips-Andover Academy, is the editor of a classroom edition of "Tom Brown at Rugby," which has just been published by Henry Holt & Co.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
Rev. George K. Goodwin finished in August his pastorate of the West Congregational church, Haverhill, Mass., and has begun a pastorate at Alma, Kans.
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CLASS OF 1910
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Maynard C. Teall
Rev. Newell C. Maynard has resigned the pastorate of the South Congregational church, Peabody, Mass., to become, staff lecturer of the National Society for Broader Education.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Joshua B. Clark
Robert Boughton Keeler was married at Kensington, Long Island, May 27, to Marguerite, daughter of Mr. T. L. L. Temple of Texarkana, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Keeler are living in Cleveland, Ohio.
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CLASS OF 1859
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Dr. Charles Wesley Brigham was born, in Barnard, Vt., May 17, 1831, and died of cerebral hemorrhage in Pittsfield, Vt., August 7, 1913. His parents were Alden and Lydia (Smith) Brigham. His early life, until he was twenty-six
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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
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PROFESSOR JOHN ROBIE EASTMAN
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PROFESSOR JOHN ROBIE EASTMAN Trustee of Dartmouth College, 1900-1912
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