Issue: 19170801

Wednesday, August 1, 1917
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August
9
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IX
Thursday, June 12, 2014
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Articles
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Few college presidents have been called upon within a first administrative
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year to encounter more perplexing difficulties than those which have beset the path of President Hopkins. But he has met them as one who rejoices in a trial of strength.
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COMMENCEMENT
COMMENCEMENT
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In the shadow of the World War Dartmouth welcomed home her alumni and friends to share in the observance of the one hundred and forty-eighth Commencement of the College. The alumni came in numbers much reduced in comparison
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COMMENCEMENT
MONDAY
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MEETING OF THE ALUMNI COUNCIL
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COMMENCEMENT
TUESDAY
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PHI BETA KAPA MEETING
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COMMENCEMENT
WEDNESDAY
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By Commencement Day the ranks of the seniors had been largely filled by men from Plattsburg and the Naval Reserve stations and instead of the scant hundred who were in line for Class Day exercises, one hundred and seventy-nine
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VOLUNTEERS IN A CONSCRIPT ARMY
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Baccalaureate Sermon by the Reverend Ambrose Vernon, D.D., Pastor of the Harvard Church at Brookline
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THE PLAN OF A CONTINUOUS SESSION FOR THE COLLEGE
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John Wesley Young
The following statement is a brief synopsis of the report made by a committee of the faculty after the question of a continuous session for the College had been referred to the faculty by the Board of Trustees. [EDITOR],
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408,409,410,411,412
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COLLEGE NEWS
JUNE MEETINGS OF THE TRUSTEES
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Henry Hoyt Hilton."
EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFTS TO THE COLLEGE DURING THE PAST YEAR
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In his speech at the Alumni Luncheon of the last Commencement the President made reference to certain of the gifts which had been received by the College during the year. It has been thought that the alumni would be
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COLLEGE NEWS
ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND TENURE
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Under the minutes of the Trustees' meeting will be found the note regarding academic freedom and tenure which was adopted by both the Trustees and the faculty.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI IN WAR WORK
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In the June number of the MAGAZINE was published a list of undergraduates engaged in the various branches of service for the country. An attempt has been made to secure for this number the names of as many alumni as possible
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI IN THE SECOND MILITARY STORES COURSE
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CLASS OF 1910
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COLLEGE NEWS
ARMY SUPPLY COURSES TO BE CONTINUED BY TUCK SCHOOL
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The War Department, through the offices of the Chief of Ordnance and the Quartermaster General, has issued urgent requests for the continuance of the special courses of training for army supply and storage service now being
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COLLEGE NEWS
SUMMER MILITARY COURSE
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In pursuance of its policy of favoring national preparedness Dartmouth College is conducting a course in intensive military training. This course to-be conducted" for six weeks began June 25 under the direction of Captain
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COLLEGE NEWS
DEATH OF PAUL G. OSBORN '17
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Paul G. Osborn '17, attached to Section 28 of the American Ambulance Field Service, stationed near Moronvilliers, Champagne, France, died June 26, in a base hospital from injuries sustained three days earlier when bursting
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN AT THE FRONT
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According to dispatches from Paris, the third military transport section of the American field service left Paris May 25, for the field service training-camp at the front. This section is under the command of Horton Kennedy
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COLLEGE NEWS
WORK OF THE DARTMOUTH REGIMENT
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The Dartmouth regiment which had been drilled so efficiently by Captains Chase and Keene completed its work on June 9 with a final review on the campus. At this time Captain Chase was presented with eighty dollars in gold by
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COLLEGE NEWS
SIGNAL CORPS SUMMER COURSES
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A summer course for the training of men for enlistment in the U. S. Signal Corps, is being conducted by Prof. F. E. Austin, at the Thayer School. To acmodate those who are unable to attend the day classes, evening classes are
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE SUMMER SESSION
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The Summer Session opened with a total attendance, including students enrolled for the special two and three week courses and visitors (wives and children of members of faculty), of 264. Although the number of Dartmouth
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COLLEGE NEWS
PROFESSOR MARSHALL LEAVES DARTMOUTH
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Professor Benjamin Tinkham Marshall, B. D., A. M., Phillips Professor of Biblical Literature, has resigned his position at Dartmouth to accept the Presidency of the Connecticut College for Women, at New London. At a meeting
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COLLEGE NEWS
INSURANCE PLAN OF THE CARNEGIE FOUNDATION
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In November, 1915, President Pritchett of the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching submitted a plan of insurance and annuities for college teachers which was designed to supersede the existing system of
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COLLEGE NEWS
BUST OF FREDERICK TAYLOR FOR TUCK SCHOOL
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"M.L. COOKE."
M.L. COOKE."
A bronze bust of the late Frederick Taylor, exponent and leader in scientific management, has been presented to the Tuck School. The College is very fortunate in securing this bust which is an excellent piece of work. The bust
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COLLEGE NEWS
DEATH OF MISS KATE SANBORN
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The older alumni of the College will be sorry to learn of the death on July 9th, at her home in Metcalf, Mass., of Miss Katherine Abbott Sanborn, known familiarly as Kate Sanborn.
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COLLEGE NEWS
ATHLETIC POLICY OF THE COLLEGE
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HORACE G. PENDER
At a meeting of the Athletic Council held at Commencement time it was voted to resume intercollegiate athletics this next fall.
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COLLEGE NEWS
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
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WILLIAM J. TUCKER.
The Christian Association's annual report, containing forty pages, has just been issued. The following brief summary will be of interest to the alumni:
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COLLEGE NEWS
DAYLIGHT SAVING IN HANOVER
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Dartmouth College has coöperated with the village of Hanover in a plan for daylight saving.
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COLLEGE NEWS
MILITARY REGISTRATION IN HANOVER
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Professor E. F. Clark '01 had charge of the registering of non-resident members of the faculty and student body. 286 men of the draft age were registered by him. Mr. C. H. Dudley ex-'02 had charge of the town registration and
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE FLAG
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Mr. J. W. Newton '86, of Boston, who gave to the College last year a national flag, has recently presented a College flag which will be carried in all formal Dartmouth processions. This flag comprises the great seal of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH AMBULANCE DECORATED
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Dartmouth officials have recently received word that the section of the American Ambulance field service, of which, the Dartmouth College automobile No. 1 forms a part, has been for the third time decorated by the French war
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COLLEGE NEWS
C. M. ASHTON '20 HONORED
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The following news item has been sent to the Associated Press from Paris:
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY ACTIVITIES
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At the Clarkson College Commencement exercises held June 7, at Potsdam, N. Y., Professor Herbert Darling Foster gave an address "Making Democracy Safe for the World."
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Books
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PUBLICATIONS
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"Rational Sex Ethics: a Physiological and Psychological Study of the Sex Lives of Normal Men and Women, with Suggestions for a Rational Sex Hygiene," a volume of 356 pages by W. F. Robie '89, has recently appeared from the
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Letters to the Editor
LETTERS
LETTERS
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Philadelphia,, May 23, 1917.
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UNDERGRADUATE NEWS
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The last month of the college year saw undergraduate energy employed in trench digging and trench bailing to the exclusion of all regular activity. Beginning a week before the examinations and continuing through that period the
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1854
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1886
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ALUMNI NOTES
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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ALUMNI NOTES
MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN STATES
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District of Columbia
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ALUMNI NOTES
CENTRAL STATES
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Illinois
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ALUMNI NOTES
WESTERN STATES
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Iowa
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ALUMNI NOTES
ROCKY MOUNTAIN AND PACIFIC STATES
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California
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ALUMNI NOTES
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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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1867
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C.H. MERRILL
Of the nineteen living graduates of the class of '67, of whom sixteen were of the classical and three of the scientific course, only seven forgathered at Hanover for the supper, June 19. These were Dudley, Hill, Ketcham, King,
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1877
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JOHN M. COMSTOCK
The fortieth anniversary of graduation is an important milestone in the career of a college class, and we had expected to celebrate this anniversary by the greatest gathering in our history. Dis aliter visum. Only eighteen —
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1882
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LUTHER B. LITTLE
Fourteen members of the class of '82 attended the reunion at Commencement time. They were Chandler, Davis, DeWitt, English, Goss, Leviston, Little, Locke, Pease, Porter, H. L. Smith, Strong, Thompson, and Harlow. Harlow did
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1887
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Owing to the war, arrangements for an elaborate reunion were abandoned, but the attendance was all that could be expected and the occasion fully successful.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1892
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A.D. SALINGER.
The class voted to abandon the reunion, and consequently no formal reunion was held. However, a number of the men returned to reune informally, seven in all. The men who returned were Don C. Bliss, Vernon A. Doty, William B.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1897
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HARRY H. BLUNT.
'97's Twentieth Reunion was clothed in that same sombre atmosphere which has been a part and parcel of nearly every reunion or Commencement this year.
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
ANNUAL ROUND-UP
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NATT W. EMERSON
The annual out-door round-up of the class of 1900 was held at Hampton Beach on June 8 to 10, inclusive. It was unusually successful, both in point of attendance and in enthusiasm. All in all, there were thirty-one members of
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1902
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WM. CARROLL HILL
The Fifteenth Reunion of the class of 1902, although attended by a smaller number than anticipated even up to within a few days of Commencement, proved to be the most enjoyable reunion the class has ever held. The added years,
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1907
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JOHN R. McLANE.
The tenth reunion of the class of 1907 was held in Hanover at Commencement time. The reunion committee had notified the class upon the declaration of war that all plans for an elaborate reunion would be abandoned, yet the
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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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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1860
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Earl Webster Westgate died at his home in Manhattan, Kans., December 27, 1916, of sarcoma of the hip, after an illness of several months.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1862
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Clarence Dyer Gates was born in Cambridge, Vt., September 23, 1839, and died in Burlington, Vt., June 25, 1917. His parents were Gardner and Clara (Dyer) Gates.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1873
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Word has been received of the death of Alfred Wellington Emery. He was born in Eliot, Maine, June 26, 1848, and was the son of George W. and Sarah Emery. His father, as one of the "forty-niners," went to California in the days
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1883
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Colonel George Durfee Deshon, Medical Corps, U. S. A., chief surgeon on General Edwards' staff of the Department of the Northeast, died suddenly of heart disease June 24, in Brookline, Mass.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1915
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Paul Willey Johnson died of pulmonary tuberculosis at his home in Randolph, Vt., July 6. Toward the close of his senior year he had serious trouble with the glands of his neck, which made necessary a severe operation. During
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1916
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Delmar Louis Albrecht died at Akron, Ohio, on May 15, 1917. Because of ill health, Del was obliged to leave college during his sophomore year. He went to Colorado, and spent a greater part of the next two years out of doors. He
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1871
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Dr. Ferdinand Anson Stillings died June 22 at his home in Concord, N. H.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1866
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Henry Whittemore
Our classmate, Dr. James A. Spalding of Portland, Maine, has received at the hands of the medical profession of that state the highest honor at their command, the presidency for 1917-18 of the Maine Medical Association. There
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1873,
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Samuel W. Adriance
A poem by J. T. Merrick, which was read by him at the public services in connection with the dedication of the soldiers' monument on Memorial Day at Holbrook, Mass., is printed in the souvenir program of that occasion.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1876
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Henry H. Piper
The editor has received a copy of the Forty-first Annual Report of twenty-one pages, dated in April last.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Charles M. Stevens removed last November to Eugene, Oregon, where is engaged in the practice of law.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Lyndon A. Smith, as attorney general of Minnesota, is ex officio a member of the newly created public safety commission of that state, which is given authority to mobilize the industrial forces of the state in support of the
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
Edwards D. Emerson has been appointed by the mayor one of the five members of the board of education of the city of Buffalo, N. Y., and upon its organization was unanimously elected president of the board. The city of Buffalo
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
At the recent Commencement exercises, held on June 20, the degree of Master of Pedagogy was awarded to Walter Sampson of Middleboro, Mass. Sampson has been principal of the local high school since his graduation from Dartmouth,
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
Richard M. Larned, of the editorial department of Musical America, New York city, was ordered to report at Madison Barracks, New York state, on May 14, to begin a three months' course of training in the Officers' Reserve Corps.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Judge A. Chester Clark of Concord was married June 12, to Miss Jennie E. Ross of Concord.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Blake announce the birth of Virginia Blake, April 21, 1917. Weight, eight pounds. This makes Curley the proud father of a son and a daughter.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1912
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Conrad E. Snow
Robert Coleman Stoughton was married in Hartford, Conn., June 12, to Marion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wyper.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1913
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Wright Hugus
"Hap" Atwood went to Leavenworth, Kansas, recently to take an examination for second lieutenant in the regular army.
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1915
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Leo M. Folan
The following men were present at the class lunch at Brown's Chop House, New York, Saturday, June 9: "Kelly" Rose (chief petty officer at Brooklyn Navy Yard), "Merry" Haskell, "Rus" Durgin, "Speed" Granger (who is now at
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1916
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Richard Parkhurst
The engagement of Miss Dorothy Rose Richardson and Kenneth Kingsley Stowell has recently been announced.
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