Issue: 19140501

Friday, May 1, 1914
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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To Superintendent Morrison are due thanks for his able and interesting
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article in this number of THE MAGAZINE. It deserves the most careful perusal, partly for the better appreciation of its indubitable truths; partly for the surer discovery of its certain, but far from obvious, fallacies. For THE
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DOES NEW HAMPSHIRE NEED A STATE UNIVERSITY ?
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Henry C. Morrison '95, Superintendent of Public Instruction for New Hampshire
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COLLEGE NEWS
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION MEETS IN HANOVER
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On April 3 and 4 the Classical Association of New England held its annual meeting in Hanover, where the visiting teachers were the guests of the College. Those who were not entertained by members of the faculty were
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW APPROACH TO THE COLLEGE
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The promise-of Edward Tuck '62, to give a new roadway to the College and campus, which was announced on' Dartmouth Night has now taken definite form, in the awarding of the contract to the Lane Construction Company of
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COLLEGE NEWS
RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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"An Empirical Definition of Value," a paper read by Prof. W. H. Sheldon at the meeting of the American Philosophical Association, in December is printed in the issue of the Journal ofPhilosophy for Feb. 26, 1914. A Definition
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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Dr. H. S. Person attended the annual meeting of the Society to Promote the Science of Scientific Management, at Hotel Woodstock, New York City, April 4, and was elected President of the Society.
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COLLEGE NEWS
CATALOGUE OF THE SUMMER SESSION
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A detailed statement of the courses and other activities of the Summer Session appears in the catalogue just issued.
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE RHODES SCHOLARS
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The statement of the activities of the Rhodes Scholars during the academic year, 1912-1913, has recently appeared and contains the usual interesting tabulations. The number of Scholars in residence at Oxford was 175, of whom
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOMINATIONS FOR ALUMNI COUNCIL
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The terms of J. Frank Drake '02, Henry P. Blair '89, Willard G. Aborn '93, Edgar A. DeWitt '82, and Selden C. Smith '97, who were last year to membership in the Alumni Council for a term of one year, have expired. The
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COLLEGE NEWS
ROBERT MOORE WALLACE '67
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In the death of Judge Wallace '67, the College has lost a warm friend and faithful servant, and the State of New Hampshire an able and public-spirited citizen. His services as trustee covered the years from 1906 to 1911.
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COLLEGE NEWS
CONDITIONS OF AWARDING NEW PRIZE
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The new prize for scholarship offered by the Alumni Association of the Great Divide, which was announced in the last number of THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE and which amounts to one year's tuition in College, will be awarded subject
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COLLEGE NEWS
ADDITIONS TO THE ROLL OF HONOR
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Further information brings an addition of two names to the list of Dartmouth men having sons in the undergraduate classes. The class of 1917 includes a son of Horace Clark '86, non-graduate and one of Dr. Henry O. Smith
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ALUMNI OPINION
THE OUTING MOVEMENT
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PAUL G. REDINGTON '00
[That the activities represented by the Outing Club are of interest to alumni in all parts of the country, is evidenced by the following testimony from Paul G. Redington '00, Supervisor of the Sierra National Forest in
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ALUMNI OPINION
PROFESSOR LORD'S HISTORY
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[The following extract from a personal letter regarding the review of Professor Lord's History of the College bears witness to the interest aroused by that volume. The writer of the letter was connected with the College
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ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
"A BISHOP AMONG HIS FLOCK"
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Ethelbert Talbot '70
L. S. H. '70.
Bishop Talbot's earlier book, "MyPeople of the Plains, attracted wide attention and was read with unusual interest, on account of its frank, free, breezy style, and the realistic descriptions of frontier scenes, in which cowboys
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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C. E. Griffith, Jr., '15 has been elected president of the Christian Association for next year. The position carries with it membership in Palaeopitus under the new rules for the composition of this body. E. B. Merrill '15 was
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
THE FRATERNITIES AND SCHOLARSHIP
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Professor Husband, the Freshman Class Officer, has been making a study of the seventy-one men who were recently admonished by the Committee on Administration for low scholarship in the second semester. More than two-thirds
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Sports
UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BASEBALL
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Coach Walter Woods led the Green baseball squad on no Southern training trip this spring as in previous years. Instead, the men practiced in Boston during the second week of vacation and then played a few preliminary games
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
TRACK
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The interclass indoor meets ended March 28 in a blaze of glory. Three records were shattered and another equalled. Competition for the alumni trophies was close in every case. Marceau '14 covered the mile in the remarkably
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
TENNIS
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Outdoor competition for places on the varsity tennis team has begun in earnest. Prospects for even a better team than last year seem very bright The men have played more or less all through the winter on the gymnasium
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION PLAYS IN BOSTON
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Two matinees at the Plymouth Theatre in Boston were given by the Dramatic Association April 13 and 14. The college players staged four one-act plays, three each day. Their success did not equal that of the "Misleading
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
PUBLICITY ASSOCIATION
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The knights of the pen engaged in college journalism, are planning a banquet and smoker for May 2, to which the leading members of metropolitan dailies of the East are to be invited. The Publicity Association is composed of
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
MOVING PICTURES IN HANOVER
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Long agitation for permission to open a moving picture house in Hanover seems likely to end in the precinct commissioners granting the license. A reterendum to the voters of Hanover is to decide the question. Sentiment is
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
MUSICAL CLUBS
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The Musical Clubs made a short trip during the Easter vacation, giving concerts & in Holyoke, Mass., and Springfield, Mass. The members were entertained extensively at both cities. A little later the Dartmouth Clubs will
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
NOTES
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The busy carving of senior canes, the many announcements emanating from the Executive Committee of the senior class, and finally the initial march to Chapel in caps and gowns, all give evidence that Commencement is not far
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI COUNCIL
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FOUNDED IN 1913
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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 THE PACIFIC COAST
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F. J. REAGAN.
The thirty-third annual banquet of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of the Pacific Coast was held at the San Francisco Commercial Club, Thursday evening, March 5 1914. At 6.30 p. m.. the members of the Association assembled in
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1852
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Rev. Elnathan Ellsworth Strong, D.D., for twenty-eight years editorial secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, died April 2 at his home in Auburndale, Mass., after a gradual failure in health
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CLASS OF 1855
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Orin Fisher Brooks died of kidney disease at his home in Brockton, Mass., March 23. He was born in Hanover, N. H., March 18, 1834, his parents being Jeremiah and Oris (Miner) Brooks. He took the course of the Chandler School,
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CLASS OF 1867
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Robert Moore Wallace, formerly chief justice of the Superior Court of New Hampshire, died April 5 at his home in Milford, N. H., after a long illness.
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CLASS OF 1876
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William Tenney Dutton, for twenty-four years professor of mathematics and civil engineering in Allegheny College, Mgadville, Pa., dropped dead of heart disease on the street on his way to a class on the morning of March 19.
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CLASS OF 1879
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Dr Albion Edwin Cobb died of paralysis at Westbrook, Me., Feb. 25, 1914. He was bom in Otisfield, Me., July 10, 1854, his parents being Dr. Albion and Louisa A. (Stockman) Cobb. He had practiced many years at Westbrdok. Dr.
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CLASS OF 1884
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Dr. Seth Newton Eastman died at his home in Groton, Vt., April 13, of gastritis and heart disease, after a. week's illness.
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CLASS OF 1867
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Horace Goodhue
Joseph G. Edgerly, who has served for thirty-nine years as superintendent of schools for Fitchburg, Mass., has declined a re-election, and will retire after his long career as educator.
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CLASS OF 1870
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Lemuel S.
Charles J. Walker, of the law "firm of Walker and Walker, Columbia, Mo., on the 2nd of March suffered a stroke of paralysis which disabled his entire left side and temporarily his vocal organs. He regained his speech after a
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CLASS OF 1871
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William S. Dana
As the years accumulate, reports of the class secretary fall so much under the head of necrology, that he fairly needs a shock-absorber, when called upon to write redivivus." In the last.General Catalogue the name of our
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CLASS OF 1874
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Dr. Charles E. Quimby
Rev. Edgar L. Morse has removed from Faulkton, S. D., to Ellsworth, Iowa, where he has become pastor of the Congregational church.
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CLASS OF 1876
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Wm. H. Gardiner
The annual class report, which has not failed to appear in any year since graduation, has been received, and, as usual, is replete with information.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
A brief report containing recent news from the members of the class and their families has just been issued.
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CLASS OF 1878
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Wm. D. Parkinson
Louis Cohen is one of a group of artists whose habitat is described in an article in Country Life for April under the title, "Lyme—a Country Life Community." Mr. Cohen's house and some of his painings are referred to in the
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
The Biblical World for October, 1913, contained an article of ten pages entitled "The Message of the Miracles to Modern Minds," by Rey. George H. Hubbard of Haverhill, Mass.'
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CLASS OF 1889
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James C. Flagg
Charles Downer Hazen, Ph.D., since 1894 professor of history in Smith College, has resigned his position. He will remain in Northampton during the next few months, after which he expects to live abroad for some time and to
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CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Charles H. Richardson, Ph.D., professor of mineralogy in Syracuse University, is the author of "Economic Geology," a volume of 320 pages, which has been published by the McGraw-Hill Book Company. The volume is a treatise on ore
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CLASS OF 1893
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H. C. Pearson
Rev. F. N. Saltmarsh has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational church at Gilmanton Iron Works, N. H. In the Gilmanton correspondence of the Laconia Newsand Critic appears a merited tribute to Mr. Saltmarsh, and an
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CLASS OF 1897
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J. Merrill Boyd
Franklin E. Heald, principal of Hopkins Academy at Hadley, Mass., for the past six years, has resigned and leaves May 1 to take a position in the bureau of agricultural education in Washington.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The engagement has been announced of Dr. Royal Hatch of Wellesley, Mass., and Miss Edith Frances Noera of Waterbury, Conn. No date has been set for the wedding. Dr. Hatch has a very satisfactory practice in Wellesley, where he
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Andrew Marshall, late assistant attorney general of Massachusetts, has become a member of the law firm of Hutchins and Wheeler, whose offices are at 511 Sears Building, Boston.
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
Fred W. Osgood (T.S.C.E. '04), for the last five years assistant engineer with the New York Board of Water Supply, is now with the Division of Water, Bureau of Filtration, of the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold Goddard Rugg
Homer Francis Brown and Miss Myrtle Spence were married March 28, in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will make their home at 3847 North Smedley St.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
The Sixth Report has just been issued in a pamphlet of 98 pages, containing an illustrated account of the reunion of last June, and letters from individual members of the class. The items following are taken from the Report:
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhdard
Chester Snow Brett was married April 4 to Martha Lamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herbert Stevens of Brookline, Mass. .
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CLASS OF 1911
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Joshua B. Clark
"Pat" Hurley, an erstwhile school teacher in Porto Rico, is now holding down the position of second lieutenant at Fort Ontarion, Oswego, N. Y. "Pat" says it is some job.
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Lathrop B. Lovell is connected with the engineering department of the Florida East Coast Railway, Key West, Fla.
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The Scenery of the Sea
The Scenery of the Sea
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The Vermont Academy For Boys
The Vermont Academy For Boys
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DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
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THE NEW HOME OF THE NON-ATHLETIC ORGANIZATIONS
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THE NEW HOME OF THE NON-ATHLETIC ORGANIZATIONS Given by Mr. Wallace F. Robinson
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