Issue: 19170601

Friday, June 1, 1917
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June
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
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Articles
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Announcement that Commencement will be held "as usual"
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has been well received. The alumni will not all be back; but there will be a good sprinkling of old timers and new with wives and children. The matter of providing the entertainment has passed from the hands of the senior
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THE COLLEGE IN EARLY WAR-TIME
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Edwin J. Bartlett.
These facts, impressions and states of mind are set down during the first month since the United States' entrance into the Great War, that those who are interested, at a distance in place or time, may gain some knowledge of the
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WITH THE NAVAL RESERVE
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Edwin Parker Hayden '16
Mr Hayden writes that his company has just been put on police and guard duty and therefore off routine schedule. With a Princeton man he is assigned to a police beat on twenty-four hour shifts. Dartmouth is now as well represented
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COLLEGE NEWS
MILITARY WORK AT DARTMOUTH
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Military work at Dartmouth has continued under the able direction of Captain Chase, but many of the men who commenced drill work have left for the various training camps, for ambulance work, and other activities.
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR MILITARY STORES SERVICE
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The Training School for Military Stores Service was established by the Tuck School at the urgent suggestion of the Storage Committee of the General Munitions Board. The function of the Storage Committee is to assist the military
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COLLEGE NEWS
UNDERGRADUATES IN WAR SERVICE
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The following table shows the number of undergraduates m the various branches of war service and was compiled on May 23. The undergraduate registration March 28 was 1352. Over half of the undergraduate body is registered in some kind
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI IN WAR SERVICE
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To date it has been ascertained that there are 90 graduates and 36 non-graduates in the R. O. T. C. at Plattsburg, Fort Snelling and Fort Sheridan. Later the MAGAZINE hopes to publish a list of the alumni engaged in the
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COLLEGE NEWS
COMMENCEMENT AS USUAL
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Insofar as the existing conditions will allow, the exercises of Commencement this year will be as usual. It is expected that the Seniors in service will come back in uniform and will form a striking contrast to the other
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COLLEGE NEWS
TENTATIVE COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM
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SATURDAY, JUNE 2:
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH SUMMER SESSION
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The following statement has been sent out by the director' of the Dartmouth Summer Session:
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COLLEGE NEWS
DINNER FOR AMBULANCE MEN
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Over three hundred Dartmouth alumni gathered at the Hotel McAlpin in New York City on May 4, and tendered a dinner to the two units of Dartmouth men who sailed the next day for the American Ambulance Field Service in
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOMINATION FOR TRUSTEE AND ALUMNI COUNCIL
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The following letter has "been sent out to the Alumni of the College:
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COLLEGE NEWS
REPORT ON ALUMNI FUND
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The following table gives the figures of the Alumni Fund to date. Some classes which have special funds handled separately, are not mentioned in these figures. No report will be given on these funds until the end of the fiscal
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COLLEGE NEWS
THAYER AND TUCK MEN GRADUATE
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With a banquet April 26, in the Commons, the ceremonies attending the combined graduation of the second year classes of the Thayer School of Engineering and the Tuck School of Administration and Finance were brought to a
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COLLEGE NEWS
BEQUEST TO COLLEGE
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By will of the late Clara E. Seabury of New York City, the College has received the sum of $10,000 unrestricted as to its utilization. Mrs. Seabury, who died in January, 1916 had been for many years a resident of New York,
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COLLEGE NEWS
WAR CROSS FOR GEORGE DOCK '16
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According to a recent dispatch from Paris, George Dock '16, has received the War Cross and a citation in army orders for difficult and dangerous work in removing wounded soldiers under heavy bombardment while engaged in the
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COLLEGE NEWS
DAUGHTER BORN TO PRESIDENT AND MRS. HOPKINS
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A daughter, Dorothy Ann, was born to President and Mrs. Hopkins at the Boothby Hospital, Boston, May 1.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOUR QUARTER SYSTEM UNDER DISCUSSION
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The plan of operating the College under a system of four quarters, rather than in two semesters as at present, which was proposed to the Trustees at their last meeting by President Hopkins, is now being considered by the
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COLLEGE NEWS
AWARD OF MEDAL BY OUTING CLUB
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In recognition of his services in saving the face of the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia Notch, one of the greatest natural wonders in the State, Rev. Guy Roberts of Littleton, N. H.., has been awarded a bronze medal
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COLLEGE NEWS
BOWLER FARMS
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Dr. John W. Bowler, Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education, and Director of the Gymnasium at Dartmouth, has sent out an announcement regarding "Bowler Farms," which will be open this year from June 1-September 15.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE BULLETIN
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Due to the fact that the Dartmouth suspended publication with its issue for May 5, the College is issuing a weekly bulletin carrying such official announcements and information as may be necessary for purposes of record and
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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Dr. John W. Bowler addressed the prisoners in the Vermont State Prison at Windsor, Sunday, May 20 on, "The Making of a Man." Dr. Bowler m his address emphasized the physical, mental, and moral training of a man.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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Dr. Lyman Spalding : the Originatorof the United States Pharmacopoeia;Co-laborer with Dr. Nathan Smith inthe founding of the Dartmouth MedicalSchool and its first chemical lecturer;President and Professor of Anatomy andSurgery of the College of
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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The May issue of Annals of theAmerican Academy of Political andSocial Science contains "Advantages of Centralized Employment; an address delivered before the Philadelphia Association for the Discussion of Employment Problems," by
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
CAMPUS NOTES
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The undergraduate editor is at present a candidate for an officer's commission at Madison Barracks and cannot tell the story of the undergraduate month and even if he were here to do so there would be little to record but
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
VALE ATQUE AVE
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The following communication to the Cornell Daily Sun under the above caption, expresses so well the spirit in which our own students are leaving their college work for national service that we reproduce it here. It also shows
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Class Notes
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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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ALUMNI NOTES
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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lowa
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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 1860
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Luther Colby Morse died January 22, 1917, at Barnwell, San Bernardino County, California.
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CLASS OF 1872
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Albert Ellis Frost, who has been secretary of the class since graduation, died suddenly. May 11, from acute indigestion, at his home in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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CLASS OF 1873
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Alfred Wellington Emery died April 12 at his home in Indianapolis, Ind. An extended obituary notice has been promised, but has not arrived in season for this issue of the MAGAZINE.
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CLASS OF 1874
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To the notice of the late Rev. Albert Francis Newton given in the last number of the MAGAZINE, it seems fitting to add the following tribute taken from the Congregationalist of April 26:
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CLASS OF 1900
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George K. Hildreth died from cancer of the intestine on Friday morning, April 6, at St. Vincent's Hospital, New York city. His illness was of comparatively short duration, and he did not realize its seriousness. He thought that
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CLASS OF 1902
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EDWARD F. CREGG A MEMORIAL
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CLASS OF 1905
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John Hinsdale Neely was born December 18, 1881, at DuQuoin, Ill.,was educated at the public schools and high school of Evanston, Ill and was a graduate of Dartmouth College in the class of 1905. He was admitted to the bar in
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CLASS OF 1910
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Edgar Mills Steward died January 18, 1917, at the home of his parents, 517 East 60th St., Chicago, Ill Death was due to septic endocarditis.
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CLASS OF 1912
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Paul Wendell Coolidge died at his home in Rutland, Vt., May 23, of pneumonia, after an illness of ten days.
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CLASS OF 1916
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Delmar Louis Albrecht, non-graduate, died in Denver, Colo., May 16, of consumption, aged 24. He was married last fall to Miss Agnes Kile of Akron, Ohio. The burial was at Akron.
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CLASS OF 1878
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Dr. William Barker Mack died April 15, at the Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N. H., of pneumonia, after an illness of four days.
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CLASS OF 1850
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Lydia (Stearns), widow of Rev. Moses Patten, died March 6, in Hooksett, N. H., aged ninety-two years and twenty days.
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CLASS OF 1860
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Agnes (Ripley), wife of Charles E. Parker, died of apoplexy in Vergennes, Vt., April 29, aged seventy-three.
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CLASS OF 1861
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Maj.E. D. Redington
At the annual meeting of the Commandery of the State of Illinois, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, held recently at the Hamilton Club in Chicago, Major Edward D. Redington was installed commander for the
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CLASS OF 1865
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Henry I. Cushman.
Rev. Henry I. Cushman has just completed his fiftieth year in the ministry. In 1867 he was ordained to the ministry of the Universalist church and became pastor of the Second church in Cambridge, Mass. From 1868 to 1875 he was
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CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
At the close of the present school year, Henry Whittemore retires from the principalship of Framingham Normal School, which he has held since 1898.
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CLASS OF 1871
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William S. Dana
Emily (Page), wife of Rev. Charles N. Flanders, died in Porterville, Cal., April 28, at the age of nearly seventy-one years.
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CLASS OF 1874
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Charles E. Quimby
Samuel L. Powers has been elected a member of the Constitutional Convention of Massachusetts, being one of those chosen to represent the Thirteenth Congressional District.
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CLASS OF 1877
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John M. Comstock
Governor Graham of Vermont has appointed A. E. Cudworth judge of the municipal court for the village of Brattleboro.
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Lyndon A. Smith, attorney general of Minnesota, recently appeared before the Supreme Court of the United States as attorney for the defendant in the important case of The Cudahy Packing Company vs. The State of Minnesota.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
At the complimentary dinner given by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of New York on the evening of May 4, at the Hotel McAlpin, in honor of the fifty Dartmouth men starting for France in the American Ambulance Service, the
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
Charles W. Bickford has been re-elected to the superintendence' of the Lewiston, Maine, schools, at a salary of $3,000 a year, an increase of $500.
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CLASS OF 1889
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David N.
The following eight men of '89 represented the class at the dinner given by the New York alumni, May 4, in honor of the Dartmouth men who sailed for France the next day: Clark, Ferguson, C. D. Hazen, Miner, Noyes, Reynolds,
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Guy W. Cox has been elected to membership in the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention from the Seventh Representative District of Suffolk County.
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CLASS OF 1894
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Charles C. Merrill,
Rev. Charles C. Merrill has resigned the New England secretaryship of the Laymen's Missionary Movement, and has become secretary of the Vermont Congregational Conference and associate secretary of the Vermont Domestic
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CLASS OF 1899
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George G. Clark
The Alumni Editor has received "The Ninety-Nine Inlook, Published Once a Year, with Illustrations." It is dated December 31, 1916, but "delayed to April, 1917." The external resemblance to the Outlook is more striking than the
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Frank M. Howe is now instructor in mathematics at the Fitchburg High School. He left his work at Kimball Union Academy in the fall, at the beginning of the school year. The Fitchburg High School has over a thousand pupils, and
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CLASS OF 1901
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Walter S. Young
Florence (Russell), wife of Harry O. Washburne, died May 17, at Asheville, N. C., of tuberculosis, from which she has been a sufferer for many years. She leaves two children.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
On March 17, fifteen men of the 1903 class gathered at the Hotel Bellevue for their annual dinner. Billy Keyes had sent out the notice to most of the men in New England, and it was a source of regret that more did not appear
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CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
John A. Laing has recently been elected vice-president of the Pacific Power and Light Company, with his office at Spalding Building, Portland, Oregon. He holds this position in addition to that of general attorney of this
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Fred F. Parker has left Norwood, Mass., and is now associated with E. H. Hunter '01, contractor and builder, at Hanover, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1907
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Richard S. Southgate
The secretary writes to the MAGAZINE May 10 that he is about to leave for the training camp for officers for the Federal Reserve Corps at Fort Snelling, Minn., expecting to remain two months. He reports other Dartmouth men
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
The following items are gleaned from the Ninth Report:
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
H. E. Buchanan is division chief clerk of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. He has also turned his hand to writing songs, and we are expecting a 1909 song for 1919.
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CLASS OF 1910
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Sturgis Pishon
The western representative of Waitt & Bond, .Inc., the large cigar manufacturers of Boston, is Philip M. Forristall. The superintendent of the Boston factory—the largest cigar factory in the world under one roof is James M.
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CLASS OF 1911
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Richard F. Paul
The engagement is announced of Edward Stafford, assistant corporation counsel for the District of Columbia, to Miss Marie Ahnighito Peary, daughter of Admiral Robert E. Peary, U. S. N., retired. Miss Peary was born in the Arctic
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CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
The Alumni Editor acknowledges the receipt of the Sixth Report, bearing date of April 1, which is voluminous, complete, and highly interesting.
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CLASS OF 1913
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Wright Hugus
Harold C. McAllister is among the men now enrolled in the officers' training camp at Plattsburg. His engagement has recently been announced to Miss Meribah Overton French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. French of Manchester,
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1914
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J. Theodore Marriner
George H. Gilbert, Jr., was married in Dorset, Vt., May 10, to Helen P., daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James B. Herrick of Chicago. The ceremony was performed by the groom's father, Rev. Dr. George H. Gilbert '78. Wedding plans for a
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Bill Huntress represented the class at the annual meeting of the class secretaries held in Hanover, in March. The secretary was unable to attend, being at that time traveling in the Middle West for the Daniel Green Felt Shoe
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1916
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Richard Parkhurst
The secretary wishes to express his thanks to Rev. J. E. Johnson '66-'16 for a number of pamphlets entitled "Dartmouth Then and Now," in which Mr. Johnson contrasts conditions as they were when he was in College with those at
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"DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
"DARTMOUTH OUT O'DOORS"
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Albert Russell & Sons Co.
Albert Russell & Sons Co.
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Article
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THE SENIORS
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THE SENIORS IN THE COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION
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