Issue: 19170101

Monday, January 1, 1917
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January
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Word has just come of another Dartmouth
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man's sacrifice for France. Somewhere in the Argonne, Howard Burchard Lines, member of the American Ambulance Corps, died on Christmas Day of pneumonia, contracted in the performance of his duty. Lines graduated at
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THE TIE THAT BINDS A COLLEGE CLASS
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A REMINISCENCE
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JOHN COTTON DANA '78, LIBRARIAN AND CITIZEN
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Nathaniel L. Goodrich
When a Dartmouth man reaches the top of his profession, and becomes known in his city as a force for good, his success should be made known to all Dartmouth alumni. Such a man is John Cotton Dana '78, librarian of the city
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COLLEGE NEWS
ASPECTS OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION
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At the request of the Trustees, Professor H. E. Burton made, last spring, an investigation regarding administrative policies and tendencies in the American College world. Professor Burton visited twenty-three institutions,
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH WORK IN FRANCE
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"WILLIAM J. TUCKER"
THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE is very glad to print the following letter from President-Emeritus William Jewett Tucker relative to work which people .interested in Dartmouth have undertaken in France in the aid of those soldiers infected
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COLLEGE NEWS
INCREASED COLLEGE ENROLLMENT
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As the result of a careful compilation of statistics it has been found that there is an increase in college enrollment for the present year over the enrollment of last year in various New England colleges. In none of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE PRESIDENT'S APPOINTMENTS
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On December 7, President Hopkins was a guest of the Manchester Alumni Association, at the Derryfield Club, Manchester, and addressed the members. On December 8, he was a guest and speaker at the annual dinner of the New
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEMORIAL SERVICE IN HONOR OF FRANCIS BROWN
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A memorial service in honor of Francis Brown, late president of Union Theological Seminary, was held December sth in the Seminary chapel. On this occasion addresses were given by President William M. Kingsley for the Board
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE ANNUAL CATALOGUE
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The Catalogue for 1916-17 has recently been issued as Number 6 of the current volume of the Dartmouth College Bulletin. By rearrangement of material, and by omitting the Directory of Summer School students, the number of
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COLLEGE NEWS
FRESHMAN STATISTICS
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The following statistics based on the blanks filled out at matriculation have been compiled at the Registrar's Office. Of the 447 new men enrolled 310 attended public schools, 101 private schools and 36 both public and private
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COLLEGE NEWS
AN UNUSUAL TRIBUTE
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The work of Laurence Bankart as a coach is of course known to all Dartmouth men and is a source of satisfaction to them. His personal qualifications and the nature of their influence are less understood. The following
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOOTBALL AT DARTMOUTH
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Dartmouth men will be interested in the following references to football at Dartmouth in W. H. Edwards' "Football Days," published by Moffatt, Yard & Co.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN AS FOOTBALL COACHES
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The November number of the Bema has an interesting article on "Dartmouth Players as Football Coaches." The author finds that twelve Dartmouth men are engaged in coaching college teams. Yale with seventeen graduates engaged
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI ROLL OF HONOR
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The total number of sons of Dartmouth men in the Freshman class is nineteen. This number is about the same for the entering classes of the last few years. The list of men with sons in the Freshman class is as follows:
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES
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The total membership of the Christian Association December 1, was 943. This includes 33 faculty members. The balance in the treasury of the Association at the same time was $887.40. In November twenty-five freshmen became
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN IN POLITICS
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A list of Dartmouth men who have recently been elected to office follows:
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN IN MILITIA
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Since the last issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE the following additional names of Dartmouth men on the Border have been received: D. W. Redfield '12 with Troop B, 5th cavalry Connecticut N. G., H. M. Brown '12 with Troop A, 1st
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COLLEGE NEWS
BOARD OF CHAPEL PREACHERS
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Following the custom inaugurated last year there will be this year a board of chapel preachers. The list of speakers for the remainder of the year is as follows: February 4, The Right Reverend Ethelbert Talbot, Bishop of
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COLLEGE NEWS
INSTRUCTION IN WRESTLING AND BOXING
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Mr. E. D. Shevlin, former amateur welterweight champion of New England, has been engaged as instructor in wrestling and boxing. Mr. Shevlin will begin his duties at Dartmouth directly after the Christmas recess. He was at
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRIZE FOR CAMPUS SONG
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Mr. C. B. Little '81 of Bismark, North Dakota, has offered a prize of one hundred dollars for the words and music of a suitable Dartmouth campus song. The competition is open to the alumni as well as to the undergraduates.
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COLLEGE NEWS
AMERICAN AMBULANCE
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Thirty volunteer recruits for the American Ambulance Field Services in Europe sailed November 11th., on the Espagne. Most of these volunteers were young college men, and included two Dartmouth men: Arthur L. Howell '16 and
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HONORARY DEGREES
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At a recent meeting of the faculty the committee on nominations reported that a committee consisting of Professors Foster, Hardy, and Page had been appointed to serve with a joint committee of the Trustees as a committee on
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COLLEGE NEWS
LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR PROFESSOR LINGLEY
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Professor Charles R. Lingley will be absent the second semester. He expects to spend his time at Columbia where he will work upon the preparation of a book dealing with recent American history since 1876.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY DINNER
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In accordance with the custom inaugurated several years ago the dinner given to the faculty, the officers of administration and their families by the College was held in the Commons December 21. After the dinner there was
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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Professor W. C. Shaw attended December 1st and 2nd, the meeting of the National Conference of Academic Teachers of Public Speaking, at Hotel Astor, New York City.
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
CONCERNING BILL
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All alumni whose reunion dates have coincided with the class of 1901 will recall the fervor and persistency of the vocal references to Bill. That the interest of even casual visitors was aroused is evidenced by the following
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Readings in Money and Banking
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EDMUND E. DAY.
By CHESTER A. PHILLIPS. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916. Pp. 845.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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A poem read at the celebration on August 23, of Old Home Week in Hudson, N. H., by Dr. Herbert L. Smith '82 has been printed in pamphlet form. The Brothers of the Book, Chicago, have recently issued a burlesque entitled
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
ADDITIONAL CHAPEL CUTS
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What to undergraduates is one of the most important events of the past month is the radical change in requirements for chapel attendance made by the faculty at a meeting November 27. Under the old system undergraduates were
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Sports
UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
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December 16 — Springfield Y. M. C. A. College at Hanover.
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Sports
UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
VARSITY HOCKEY
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Schedule
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
DRAMATICS
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The change of policy instituted by the Dramatic Association in getting Stuart Walker's Portmanteau Theater to play before a Hanover audience was a distinct success and received commendation from the reviewer and the
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COLLEGE NOTES
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F. J. Dusossoit '18 was elected captain of the 1917 varsity football team at a meeting of the thirteen "D" men November 23. The captain-elect has played left end for two years, is a good defensive player and unusually
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1854
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MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1886
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THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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FOUNDED IN 1903
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ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES
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FOUNDED IN 1905
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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
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Arranged by geographical divisions. State and city Associations arranged alphabetically in each geographical division.
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NEW ENGLAND STATES
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Connecticut
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MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN STATES
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District of Columbia
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CENTRAL STATES
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Illinois
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WESTERN STATES
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Iowa
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN AND PACIFIC STATES
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California
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THE DARTMOUTH ALUMNI COUNCIL
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FOUNDED IN 1913
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CLASS SECRETARIES
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'46 Dr. J. Whitney Barstow, 144 Madison Ave., New York City.
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Obituaries
ALUMNI NOTES
Deaths
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(This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the last issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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CLASS OF 1879
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John Arnold Barrett died at his home in Maplewood, N. J., November 9. He had been ill all summer with colitis, and was thought to be on the way to recovery, when his heart suddenly gave way.
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CLASS OF 1880
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Frank Edson Shedd died September 22 at his home in Dorchester, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1883
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Holman Arthur Drew died of apoplexy at his home in Berlin, N. H., November 14, not recovering consciousness from a shock received a few days before. He had not been in good health for two years, and sustained injuries in an
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CLASS OF 1898
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John Marcus Connelly died at his home in Denver, Colo., October 31, of tuberculosis.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Charles Edward Parsons, who died suddenly in Denver, Colorado, Sunday, November 26, was a splendid example of the unassuming, manly Dartmouth type. He was born in Washington, D. C., September 22, 1889, attended the public
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CLASS OF 1916
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John Noyes Colby died of pleurisy and pneumonia at the/ Mary Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover, December 7. He .had been ill with pneumonia several weeks before, but had been discharged from the hospital apparently cured. A relapse
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CLASS OF 1884
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Dr. Louis Edward Niles died in Springfield, Ohio, June 24, 1916, of pneumonia. He was a prominent physician of Springfield and president of the Clark County Medical Society.
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CLASS OF 1873
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Samuel W. Adriance
The account of special exercises connected with the dedication of the soldiers' monument at Goffstown, N. H., occurring June 7, 1916, has been published. George P. Hadley, non-graduate, gave a historical address upon the
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Rev. Leonard B. Tenney has resigned his pastorate at Bristol, Me., and becomes pastor of the First Congregational church, South Portland, Me.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Charles E. Leslie has returned from Minneapolis to his former home at Hillsboro, N. D., and has resumed the practice of law there.
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CLASS OF 1882
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Luther B. Little
H. L. Luques, whose business affairs at his old home at Biddeford and Kennebunk Port, Me., have taken him from New York for a year or two, is mayor of Kennebunk Port.
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CLASS OF 1889
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David N. Blakely
John Barrett made a two months' visit to England and France in September and October for the purpose of investigating, in his capacity as the director general of the Pan-American Union, the effect of the war, from the English
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
Eighteen of this class got together for their usual fall round-up at the Bellevue, Friday evening, November 24. There were present F. C. Allen, Ames, Bagley, R. W. Bartlett, Berry, Boyd, Clogston, Duffy, B. A. Smalley, Griffin,
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CLASS OF 1895
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Ernest S. Gile
William, only child of Dr. and Mrs. Jesse K. Marden of Marsovan, Turkey, died November 14 at Auburndale, Mass., aged three years and eleven months.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
Robert Frost has been appointed to teach English in Amherst College during the absence of Professor Churchill to serve in the state senate, and is to begin his work immediately after the Christmas vacation.
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CLASS OF 1897
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J. Merrill Boyd
Hamilton Gibson has announced the birth of his third son, David Appleton Gibson, born December 6, 1916.
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CLASS OF 1898
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Herbert W. Blake
Born, in Auburndale, Mass., November 3, a daughter, Constance Rebecca, to Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Clark of Sivas, Turkey. Dr. Clark is studying at Harvard Medical School while waiting for an opportunity to return to his mission
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Excise Commissioner Robert Jackson acted as counsel at the inspection of ballots cast for presidential electors in New Hampshire.
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
Nellie (Colburn), wife of George A. Reed, died November 30 at their home in Montpelier, Vt., of tuberculosis, leaving two young sons.
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Harrison G. Roby (T. S. C. E. '06) is city engineer at Alpena, Mich.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
Stillman Batchellor has finished his work as superintendent of the Globe Mine at Dedrick, California. He is now on his way to Cuba to make examination -and report regarding certain mineral lands there.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Cragin announce the birth of Elizabeth Mantor Cragin on November 27, 1916.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Richard S. Southgate
Hamilton Apartments, Omaha, Neb. Richard S. Southgate was transferred December 1 to the Omaha branch of the Willys-Overland Company. His new address is given above.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
Frank G. Cook (T. S. C. E. '10) was promoted last May in the engineering service of the Northern Pacific Railway to be roadmaster in charge of 250. miles of branch lines, with headquarters at Mandan, N. D.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
John W. Childs (T. S. C. E. '11) has left the United States Reclamation Service, and is now with the New Hampshire State Highway Department, at Concord.
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CLASS OF 1910
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Sturgis Pishon
A. A. Ricker is assistant to the men's merchandise manager of Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston, and lives with some other Dartmouth men at 1052 Beacon St., Newton Center, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Richard F. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. "Nat" Burleigh announce the arrival of. Miss Barbara, November 13; weight, eight pounds.
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Porter W. Averill, who was last year principal of the high school at Maynard, Mass., now has a position in the public schools of Auburn, N. Y.
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CLASS OF 1913
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Wright Hugus, P.
Paul S. Harmon and Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas M. Hammond of Portland, Maine, were married on October 28, 1916.
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CLASS OF 1914
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J. Theodore Marriner
Warren E. Carleton is teaching English in Lawrence Academy, Groton, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Harold E. Corwin, who was last year with the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, is now with the Granite Mutual Fire Insurance Company at Barre, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1916
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Richard Parkhurst
Sprague W. Drenan is vice-principal of Barton Academy, Barton, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1886
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Malverd A. Howe resigned as head of the civil engineering department at Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind., at the end of the last college year, and has been made professor emeritus for life. He has been with the
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CLASS OF 1890
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Hiram N. Savage, late supervising engineer in the United States Reclamation Service, is now a consulting engineer at San Diego, Cal.
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CLASS OF 1916
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John C. Kimball is with the Byron E. Bailey Company, 31 Winter St., Boston. William A. Lang is in the office of the assistant engineer, Proprietors of Locks and Canals, 66 Broadway, Lowell, Mass.
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The Horse
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