Issue: 19170501

Tuesday, May 1, 1917
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May
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Question has arisen
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as to the holding of alumni reunions as usual at the coming Dartmouth Commencement. Unless conditions undergo material change between now and June there would seem no sufficient reason for giving up these genial gatherings.
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THE CALL OF THE BUGLES
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Richard Hovey '85
Bugles! And the great nation thrills and leaps to arms! Prompt, unconstrained, immediate, Without misgiving and without debate, Too calm, too strong for fury or alarms, The people blossoms armies and puts forth The splendid
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DARTMOUTH DAYS A CHAPTER FROM AN UNPUBLISHED AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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Francis E. Clark '73
I was fortunate in entering Dartmouth College at the beginning of the second century of that noble old New Hampshire Institution, and the Commencement of 1869 which I attended as a newly fledged Paene, was the most impressive
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PREPAREDNESS AT DARTMOUTH
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS ON THE WAR SITUATION
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FACULTY POLICY FOR THE UNDERGRADUATES
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That the action of the Dartmouth faculty is in' line with the general movement among the colleges in the country is shown by the two votes passed at a special faculty meeting, April 14.
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DRILL AT DARTMOUTH
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The services of Captain Porter Chase, for 23 years a member of the first corps of cadets of Boston, have been secured for military drill at Dartmouth. Under Captain Chase's direction 1095 students are drilling two hours a
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UNDERGRADUATES IN WAR WORK
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One hundred twenty-eight undergraduates have already left College for active service in various branches of the Army and Navy. Of this number the majority have entered the Naval Reserve. This number does not include the men
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WORK OF STATE AND LOCAL COMMITTEES
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To further the work of preparedness in New Hampshire Governor Keyes in late March appointed a Committee on Public Safety consisting of 100 citizens to cooperate with the civil and military authorities in the work of
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AGRICULTURAL WORK
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In accordance with the nation-wide movement towards utilization of all land twenty members of the faculty have secured land from the College for the cultivation of potatoes. Each man will hoe and care for 1-2 acre of potatoes.
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PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR
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The following letter regarding the plans for the College for next year has been sent out to the friends and alumni of the College:
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DEATH OF MRS. C. H. MORSE
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Frances Niles Morse, the wife of Professor Charles H. Morse, professor of music in the College, died at the Mary Hitchcock hospital April 17, in the seventy-second year of her age.
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SYMPHONY BY DR. CLAPP
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Honor has come to Dartmouth, and to Dr. P. G. Clapp, Director of Music, in that Dr. Clapp's new symphony in E-flat major was first performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra at its twentieth concerts, April 6 and 7. To Dr.
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UNIQUE WORK OF CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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So far as is known Dartmouth is the first College to send out a deputation team to various preparatory schools in the country. Four Dartmouth students spent their Easter vacation in this work. This account of the trip as written
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PUBLICITY FOR THE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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In its issue of March 29, the Congregationalist has the following item about the work of the Dartmouth Christian Association:
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE IN CHINA
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"TSING HUA COLLEGE, PEKING
That Dartmouth affairs, and the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, are of interest to a Chinese alumnus in far-away China, is shown by the following letter recently received by a member of the class of 1911, from Lin-Yi Ho of
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POTATOES
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"DESBOROUGH
The following clippings from recent numbers of The Spectator, being communications from Lord Desborough, and an answer from Lord Dartmouth, were sent to the editor by Dr. Tucker. He writes that they will recall to some of
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PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT NICHOLS
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Through the generosity of members of the Board of Trustees the College has become the fortunate possessor of an unusually fine portrait of ex-President Ernest Fox Nichols. The work was done by Joseph R. De Camp of Boston,
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COLLEGE NEWS
"DARTMOUTH BED" ESTABLISHED
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Mrs. Tucker wishes to report to the Alumni who have contributed to the establishment of a "Dartmouth Bed" in one of the sanatoria for the French tuberculous war victims that the amount necessary for the maintenance of the bed
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COLLEGE NEWS
1910 MEN IN NATIONAL GUARD
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The secretary of the class of 1910 has reported two more members of his class who are serving in the militia. They are Raymond B. Seymour and Samuel A. Mathewson, both in Troop C, Squadron A, New York Cavalry.
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FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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At the 17th annual meeting of the New England Association of Teachers of English, held March 17, in Boston, Professor Curtis Hidden Page gave an address, "Fact and Imagination." Professor Page was elected Vice-President
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Books
COLLEGE NEWS
PUBLICATIONS
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President-Emeritus William Jewett Tucker has an essay on the social settlement idea in the May number of the Atlantic Monthly; it is entitled "Twenty-Five Years 'in Residence.' "
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
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When College convened after the Easter vacation with the country in a state of war, there was an immediate demand by the undergraduates for quick action along the lines of military training. The plan proposed under General
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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 President, ELMER H. CARLETON, M.D., '97. Secretary, HOWARD N. KINGSFORD, M.D., '98, Hanover, N. H. Annual meeting at Hanover the first Friday and Saturday of October.
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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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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 1869
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Arthur George Lewis died March 11, at his home in Worcester, Mass., of heart disease, after a very brief illness.
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CLASS OF 1871
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Charles Ebenezer Hill died in Temple, N. H., on Friday, April 6, 1917, where he was born February 7., 1848.
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CLASS OF 1874
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Rev. Albert Francis Newton died March 24, at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., of arteriosclerosis, after an illness of about two years. After closing his last pastorate, April 30, 1916, he spent the summer at his daughter's home in
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CLASS OF 1885
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Dr. Daniel Goodenow died very suddenly on board Steamer Mohawk, on his way north from Jacksonville, Fla., at two o'clock A. M., Wednesday, March 14. Dr. Goodenow left his home in Maynard, Mass., about six weeks before on a trip
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CLASS OF 1913
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Harry Allaire Taylor, affectionately known as "Rat" Taylor, died suddenly at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Sunday, March 11, of pneumonia. The past winter Taylor had been playing hockey with the Crescent Athletic Club of
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CLASS OF 1871
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Dr. Charles Orrison Maine died March 6 at his home in Stonington, Conn., after a lingering illness. Several months ago he was operated upon in a New London hospital and one of his legs was amputated. He underwent the operation
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CLASS OF 1859
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Edward Cowles
Josephine L., widow of Rev. Horace F. Dudley, died March 26 in Exeter, N. H., at the home of her son, Albertus T. Dudley.
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CLASS OF 1874
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Charles E. Quimby
Governor McCall of Massachusetts has appointed his classmate Samuel L. Powers a member of the state board of education.
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CLASS OF 1876
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Henry H. Piper
Rev. Washington R. Laird, non-graduate, has resigned on account of ill health the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church in West Chester, Pa., which he has held for twenty-five years.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
The Rutland Herald, in characterizing the seven leaders of the lower house of the Vermont legislature, which has just finished its sessions, has this to say: "As head of the committee on judiciary, Addison E. Cudworth performed
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
The secretary has recently sent out a class report of forty-seven pages, which classmates and contemporaries must find extremely interesting. The alumni editor certainly does.
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CLASS OF 1883
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Alfred E. Watson,
Rev. Leon D. Bliss resigned March 25 the pastorate of the Congregational church of Lenox, Mass., his resignation to take effect June 1. He has been at Lenox since February 1, 1909.
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Hyde Park, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1899
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George G.
Asakawa is planning a visit of sixteen months to Japan, and expects to sail sometime this spring.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Robert Jackson has been appointed secretary of the New Hampshire Safety Committee. One of its members is President Hopkins of the College, and it includes in its list many of the most prominent men throughout the state.
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Rev. James S. Clark closed his pastorate at North Bennington, Vt., April 8, and has become pastor of the Congregational church of Madison, Me.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
Thirteen members of the class of 1902 held a round-up on Friday, the thirteenth of April, in Parlor A of the Bellevue Hotel, Boston, and discussed plans for the fifteenth reunion at Hanover in June. There were present President
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Add to the list of fathers in 1904 Alfred B. Hastings; a daughter was born March 13, 1917.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
Signs of prosperity are with us: George N. Proctor and Dr. Halsey B. Loder have both recently acquired attractive new houses. Loder's is at 5 Braemore Road, Aberdeen District, Boston. Proctor's is on Cabot Street, Winchester.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Francis L. Childs has entered the lecture field this last year. He delivered a series of six lectures at Manchester and Concord on American literature, and is now delivering another series on the early nineteenth century poets
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CLASS OF 1907
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Richard S. Southgate
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
The editor has received a copy of the Ninth Report, making a pamphlet of 147 pages. It came just too late to be drawn upon this month, but its pages will be explored for items for the June MAGAZINE.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
Sidney H. Thompson has been transferred from Harrisonburg, Va., to the White Mountain area in the United States Forestry Service.
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CLASS OF 1910
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Sturgis Pishon
Assistant Professor Warren C. Shaw has been coaching the debating teams in Hanover, as he has been doing for several years past.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Richard P. Paul
The engagement of Miss Pauline Dickinson, daughter of Mrs. F. L. D. Copeland of 16 East 43d St., New York, to Warren Sullivan of New York has just been announced.
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CLASS OF 1914
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J. Theodore Marriner
The engagement of Bertrand Ropes Symonds, non-graduate, of Salem, Mass., to Miss Doris Lougee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Lougee of Salem, has been announced.
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CLASS OF 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Mrs. W. W. Brown of 264 Riverside Drive, New York city, announces the engagement of her daughter, Ruth Irene Woolson, to Dudley Thayer Rogers.
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CLASS OF 1916
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Richard Parkhurst
On the evening of the 20th of March, thirty-one of the boys got together for supper in Louis' Cafe, Boston. Ernie Cutler, Joe Gioiosa, and Pete Soutar had charge of the affair, and the others on hand were Bailey, Bean,
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CLASS OF 1885
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Dr. and Mrs. Frank Eugene Mayberry of Waverly St., Pittsfield, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marguerite, to Dr. William Franklin Temple, Jr., of 377 Beacon St., Boston. It is interesting to note that Dr.
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THE FIRST TWO DARTMOUTH UNITS
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THE FIRST TWO DARTMOUTH UNITS OF THE AMERICAN AMBULANCE COUPS On the Pier before sailing for France
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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CLASS OF 1858
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THE FIRST TWO DARTMOUTH UNITS
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THE FIRST TWO DARTMOUTH UNITS OF THE AMERICAN AMBULANCE COUPS On the Pier before sailing for France
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