Issue: 19170301

Thursday, March 1, 1917
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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President Hopkins' recent visit among the alumni has proved most gratifyingly successful.
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The one drawback appears to have been the necessity for curtailing his trip to an extent which made the furthest points of contact Chicago and Minneapolis. Reports from the cities where he was able to appear, show
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THE PRESIDENT AMONG THE ALUMNI
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[President Hopkins during his recent trip among alumni associations of the College spoke of course, without notes and varied the emphasis and the nature of his remarks to suit the requirements of each occasion. Yet the theme of his message was everywhere the same, and it is here given in what is, after all, a digest rather than a transcript.]
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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOLS SENDING STUDENTS TO DARTMOUTH
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Howard Murray Tibbetts '00
In speaking of the growth in the number of students, it has become almost a custom within the last few years to say that Dartmouth College is no longer a local institution but that it has become one of national importance. The
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THE GRADUATE CLUB
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Harry E. Burton
At the beginning of Dr. Tucker's administration in 1893, there were twenty-eight men on the Dartmouth faculty. There are now, including the President, Dean and Registrar, one hundred and two, with twenty more in the associated
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COLLEGE NEWS
STATISTICS OF THE DARTMOUTH FACULTY
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According to statistics recently compiled, the academic faculty of Dartmouth, exclusive of officers of administration, professors emeritus and teachers in the associated schools, consists of ninety-nine men. Of the
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DARTMOUTH STUDENTS IN GRADUATE SCHOOLS
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It is interesting to note that many young Dartmouth alumni are studying for advanced degrees at various institutions as Harvard, Chicago, Princeton, University of Michigan, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE SUMMER SESSION
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The Bulletin of the Summer Session has just appeared announcing over sixty courses in Anthropology, Art, Biology, Chemistry, the Drama, Education, English, French, Geology, German, History, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics,
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FUNERAL OF HOWARD B. LINES '12
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The following is an extract from a letter, writen by Paul B. Kurtz now serving in the American Ambulance Corps, that appeared recently in the Greenfield, Mass. Recorder:
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RESIGNATION OF COACH CAVANAUGH
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Frank W. Cavanaugh, coach of varsity football for the past six seasons, severed his connection with Dartmouth teams by handing his resignation to the Athletic- Council on Tuesday, February 13th. This resignation was accepted.
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THAYER SCHOOL DINNER IN NEW YORK
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The annual meeting of the Thayer Society of Engineers of Dartmouth College, held in New York on the 16th of January in the rooms of the Aldine Club, Fifth Avenue Building, was the largest in attendance of any yet held, about
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THE DARTMOUTH SPIRIT
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The following editorial on the Dartmouth Spirit is taken from the Manchester Union for January 29:
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
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The thirteenth' annual meeting of the Secretaries Association will be held in Hanover, March 16-17, 1917. The following is a tentative program for the sessions:
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT HOPKINS ON THE WAR SITUATION
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President Hopkins in an interview for the New York Times for February 4, gave the following statement regarding the present situation:
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COLLEGE NEWS
ACTIVITIES OF PRESIDENT HOPKINS
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Early in March, President Hopkins will make a supplementary trip, addressing; alumni associations not previously visited. His itinerary is as follows: Vermont Association at Montpelier, March 2; Connecticut Association at
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COLLEGE NEWS
MR. JOHNSON ON THE COLLEGE COLOR
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The following quotation from an article by Rev. J. E. Johnson '66 in the Dartmouth Bema just published will be of interest to those who have looked into the matter of the adoption of our college color. A complete investigation
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COLLEGE NEWS
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY PARTY AT THE INN
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A large number of Dartmouth alumni and their friends returned to Hanover for a Washington's birthday party at the Inn. At this time the Inn was taxed to its full capacity. A program of outdoor events was scheduled for the
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFT OF FLAG
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Through trustee generosity, a flag-pole with a flag has been presented to the College. This pole of Walworth steel, 75 feet high, has been placed near the middle of the north end of the campus, about 2 rods from Wentworth
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CHANGES IN THE FACULTY
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For the second semester George M. Stephenson, Ph. D. has been engaged to take the place of Dr. H. W. Lawrence, Jr., as instructor in history. Dr. Lawrence left Dartmouth to become head of the history department at Middlebury.
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JOHN VOSE 1795
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Referring to Dr. Spalding's recent article on the College life of Judah Dana 1795, Professor John V. Hazen adds some interesting information in a letter to the editor. He writes:
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE MEN AT PLATTSBURG
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The New York World publishes the following summary of the attendance of college men at the Plattsburg camps last year:
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BOOK OF THE INAUGURATION
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The volume "The Inauguration of Ernest Martin Hopkins Litt. D., LL.D. eleventh president of Dartmouth College, October 6, 1916—a record of the Proceedings," has recently been issued.
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A TRIBUTE TO WHEELOCK
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Dr. Richard S. Storrs of Brooklyn, in his inaugural address, as President of the American Historical Association entitled "Contributions Made to Our National Development by Plain Men," gives a characterization of Eleazar
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ALUMNUS RECEIVES GOLD MEDAL
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At the annual general meeting of the Fellows of the Royal Astronomical Society; held in London on February nine, 1917, the gold medal of the society was presented to Walter Sydney Adams '98, Hon. D. Sc., 1913, assistant director
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DARTMOUTH IN 1787
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The College Library has recently received as a gift a copy of "Extracts from the Itineraries and other Miscellanies of Ezra Stiles D. D., LL. D. 1755-1794. From this volume we learn that the registration of the college in
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"DARTM. APPARATUS
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"Air pump double barreld & doub. plated with Receivers, &c.; 3 setts of Globes 14 Inch. 16 & 18; Electrical Appa. (small); Planetarium; 2 setts of Mechanical Powers; Acromatic Telescope, 30 Inc., 3½ or 4 Inc. Diam., with
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MORE NAMES OF DARTMOUTH MEN AT THE FRONT
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In addition to the men previously reported, Maynard C. Teall, Troop I, First New York Cavalry, and Burton C. Miller, Troop B, New York Cavalry, both of the class of 1910, saw service this last summer at the Mexican border.
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FACULTY NOTES
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Dr. J. M. Gile and Professor E. F. Clark represented Dartmouth at the funeral of President Edward T. Fair-child, of the New Hampshire State College, at Durham, January 26.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Saints Legend
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By GORDON HALL GEROULD ('99)., Professor of English in Princeton University. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1916. Pp. 393.
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PUBLICATIONS
"The Pardoning of Prisoners by Pilate"
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by Professor R. W. Husband appeared in the January number of TheAmerican Journal of Theology. The article has also been reprinted for private circulation.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
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With Winter Carnival occupying the center of the stage the month of February has been an eventful one in Dartmouth undergraduate circles. The Carnival, the seventh since the institution of the event, took place from February
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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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NEW YORK ASSOCIATION
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About 250 Dartmouth men met at the Hotel McAlpin on the evening of January 25 for the fifty-third annual dinner of the New York Association.
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BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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The fifty-second reunion at the Copley-Plaza was attended by nearly a thousand enthusiastic Dartmouth men. President Hopkins continued the exposition begun in his inaugural address, of what the College should aim to do and
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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 1864
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Dr. Alfred Owen Hitchcock died of pneumonia January 20 at his home in Fitchburg, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry Eben Burnham, late United States senator from New Hampshire, died February 8 at his home in Manchester, N. H. He was born in Dunbarton, N. H., November 8, 1844, the son of Henry L. and Maria A. (Bailey) Burnham, and
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CLASS OF 1868
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Rev. Franklin Parker Wood was born in Enfield, N. H., November 24, 1844, and died in Acton, Mass., December 9, 1915.
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CLASS OF 1870
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The following poetical tribute to the memory of Dr. Francis Brown is from the pen of a classmate, John A. Bellows:
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FRANCIS BROWN
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One full of honors—beautiful white soul! Has joined the high assembly and the school Of saints and sages in the clear, pure light, That like a river of peace through Heaven doth roll,
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CLASS OF 1873
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Edwin Hazen Ketcham, whose death occurred in Indianapolis, Ind., December 19, was born in Indianapolis, July 19, 1850. He was the son of John Lewis and Jane (Merrill) Ketcham. Jane Merrill, the mother, was the daughter of
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CLASS OF 1875
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William Bradbury Tebbetts on the morning of February 11 dropped dead at Trinidad, Colo., as the result of an acute attack of angina pectoris, while walking in the street. He was en route from his home in Denver to Wootten,
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CLASS OF 1883
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Benjamin Phillips died suddenly February 11 in Charleston, S. C., where he had been spending the winter.
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CLASS OF 1885
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Dr. Frank Ellsworth Allard died at his home on Summit Avenue, Wellesley, Mass., at 9 o'clock, Sunday evening, February 4. He was one of Boston's best known physicians, and had acquired a large practice. He contracted
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CLASS OF 1894
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Dr. John Emile Wadsworth, a member of this class for a part of the course, died at Skowhegan, Me., January 29.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Edward Francis Cregg, principal of the Bruce Grammar School of Lawrence, Mass., died January 27, 1917. Mr. Cregg was born in Lawrence November 12, 1879, his parents being Edward and Rose Cregg, and received his preliminary
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CLASS OF 1912
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Joseph William Lewis died in Lynn, Mass., April 26, 1916. His sudden death was due to acute pneumonia. "Joe" was born in Maiden, Mass., September 16, 1888, and received his preparatory education at Lynn, Mass. After graduating
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HONORARY
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Josiah Henry Benton, on whom the honorary degree of Master of Arts was conferred in 1869, was born in Addison, Vt., August 4, 1843, and died of heart disease at his home in Boston, February 6, 1917. For many years he was a
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CLASS or 1865
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Henry I. Cushman
Judge William B. Stevens of the Superior Court of Massachusetts has resigned that position after a service of nineteen years.
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CLASS OF 1872
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Alfred E. Frost
Henry D. Pierce, for twenty-eight years manager of the Chicago branch of the Vermont Marble Company, retired January 1, after a continuous service of forty-one years with this company. While Mr. Pierce is seventy years old, he
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CLASS OF 1875
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Henry IV. Stevens
Samuel F. Wadhams of Duluth, Minn., is and will be for some time at the Mansion House, Brooklyn, N. Y., where he can be addressed.
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Lewis Parkhurst was re-elected January 22 as president of the Republican Club of Massachusetts, which has a larger membership than any similar body in the country.
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Webster Thayer was named February 21 by Governor McCall as justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of William B. Stevens '65, noted above.
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CLASS OF 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Charles S. Ward, international secretary and most effective financial expert of the Y. M. C. A., was in Boston last month to engage in the canvass to raise $350,000 for a new club house for the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. in
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
At the recent alumni dinner held in Boston at the Copley-Plaza, the following were in attendance from '86: Bittinger, J. F., Brown, Frank 8., Edgerly (Medical), Fairbanks, Hatch, Wm. M., Newton, Osborne, Quimby, Richmond,
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Prof. Frank P. Brackett of Pomona College, California, recently returned from Belgium, where he served seven months in a responsible position on the Belgium Relief Commission.
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CLASS OF 1889
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David N. Blakely
Nine of the class were present at the annual dinner in Boston, January 26: Allen, Andersen, Bartlett, Blakely, Doane, Frost, Ramage, Robie, Wellman.
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill
John E. Allen of Keene was nominated February 6 by Governor Keyes of New Hampshire as justice of the Superior Court of the state.
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CLASS OF 1895
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Ernest S. Gile
At the Dartmouth alumni dinner in Boston in January, the following members of the class of '95 were present:—Newton D. Clarke, Joseph A. Ford, Ernest S. Gile, Ernest L. Griffin, John E. R. Hayes, Walter L. Lane, Jesse K.
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CLASS OF 1899
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George G. Clark
A. M. Abbott's family summered at Hyannisport on Cape Cod last year.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
C. G. McDavitt, who was assistant to E. K. Hall, former vice-president of the New England Telephone Company, has been appointed executive assistant. McDavitt has been connected with the telephone company since 1911. His work
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Rev. R. F. Leavens is living at 5113 Cass St., Omaha, Neb. He writes, "I'm having pretty near the time of my life out here, building up a new movement in this comparatively new and growing community. There is a solid bunch of
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
Dr. Homer Z. Leach of Gilbertville, Mass., sailed from New York January 27 for a three months' trip to the West Indies and Panama.
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
Aldis W. Lovell has resumed the general practice, of law at 63 Bank St., Waterbury, Conn. Lovell for the past year has been at New Haven for post graduate work in law.
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Alfred B. Hastings, late of the national forest service, has been appointed assistant state forester of New Hampshire.
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248
Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
Carroll A. Campbell, who is now city engineer at Middletown, Conn., was in Boston on February 8 and 9 for the meeting of the Road Builders Association..
4719181_19170301_000077.xml
article
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248
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Stephen S. Cushing of St. Albans has been re-elected judge advocate of Vermont by the legislature at its present session.
4719181_19170301_000078.xml
article
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248
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1907
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Richard S. Southgate
Harry R. Wellman has recently been elected vice-president of the Walter M. Lowney Candy Company, 486 Hanover St., Boston.
4719181_19170301_000079.xml
article
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248,249
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
Gardner Sparhawk Marion was married October 17, 1916, at Concord, Mass., to Margaret Winslow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pope of Concord. Mr. and Mrs. Marion are living on Crescent Road, Concord.
4719181_19170301_000080.xml
article
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249
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1910
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Slurgis Pishon
Thomas E. Steward is on the reportorial staff of the Minneapolis Journal. He is living at 212 West Grant St.
4719181_19170301_000081.xml
article
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249,250
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1911
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[no value]
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Richard F. Paul
"Spunk" Troy is making his annual pilgrimage to California, stopping off at all places where he can find 'Leveners. Chicago had him for a while, but he has moved along to other resting places. He threatens to return in June,
4719181_19170301_000082.xml
article
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250
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1913
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[no value]
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Wright Hugus
Rev. A. S. Kilbourn has left Enfield, N. H., for Eddyville, Conn., where he has become pastor of the Congregational. church.
4719181_19170301_000083.xml
article
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250
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1914
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J. Theodore Marriner
Roscoe Plimpton DeWitt has opened an office for the practice of architecture in partnership with Walter Grant Thomas at 73 Tremont St., Boston.
4719181_19170301_000084.xml
article
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250,251
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1916
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[no value]
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Richard Parkhurst
Following is an account of a 1916 dinner in Hanover, from one who was "among those present": Fifty-five members of the class of 1916, from Tuck School, Thayer School, and Medical School, and a few of our fellow-classmates doing
4719181_19170301_000085.xml
advertisement
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Display Ads
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THIS HANOVER HOME
THIS HANOVER HOME
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4719181_19170301_000086.xml
article
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Article
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KINSMAN NOTCH, LOOKING EAST ALONG THE OUTING CLUB TRAIL
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KINSMAN NOTCH, LOOKING EAST ALONG THE OUTING CLUB TRAILCourtesy of Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests. -See Editorial.
4719181_19170301_000087.xml