Issue: 19180301

Friday, March 1, 1918
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Mr. Kimball's comprehensive and sympathetic account of his well-loved friend,
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Edward Tuck, which appears in this number of THE MAGAZINE, will be welcomed by Dartmouth men. They have seen and heard much of Mr. Tuck's generous deeds,—particularly as they have affected his College and theirs. Of the
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EDWARD TUCK '62
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Benjamin A. Kimball '54
Edward Tuck, second son and fifth child of Amos and Sarah Ann (Nudd) Tuck, was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, August 25, 1842; He was fitted for College at Phillips Academy (Exeter), entered Dartmouth College and was
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THE ORDNANCE TRAINING SCHOOL
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W. R. Gray, '04
The accompanying chart has been prepared to show certain interesting facts revealed by an analysis of the enrollment of the Military Stores School which was organized by the Tuck School shortly after the declaration of war,
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LOW TEMPERATURES AT SHATTUCK OBSERVATORY
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John M. Poor '97
That Hanover should escape a share in what has proved to be a winter of unusual severity is, of course, not to be expected. Because of the continuously low temperatures, seldom rising to +32F, snow at times to the depth of
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE NEWS
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The MAGAZINE will attempt in this department to keep its readers informed of the war activities of the alumni and undergraduates. Provision is being made to keep a permanent record, and all information of this kind should be sent to H. M.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL
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The following graduates of the Medical School in addition to lists already published in the ALUMNI MAGAZINE are engaged in war work:
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COLLEGE NEWS
LIST OF DARTMOUTH MEN WHO HAVE REGISTERED AT THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY UNION IN PARIS
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(NOTE:—The following is the order in which the information concerning each man is set forth. (1) Name; (2) Rank (not always given); (3) Branch of Service; (4) College* (S) Class; (6) Degrees, if any; (7) Home address; (8) European address.)
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COLLEGE NEWS
Ensigns in the Flying Corps of the Naval Reserve
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The following Dartmouth men have recently been commissioned Ensigns in the Flying Corps of the United States Naval Reserves at Pensacola, Florida:
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COLLEGE NEWS
THREE MORE DARTMOUTH MEN GIVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR
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Dartmouth's roll of honor in the war grows constantly. Since the publication of the last number of the MAGAZINE three more names have been added to the sad list of those who have given their lives for their country. This now
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT HOPKINS IN SERVICE
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Quartermaster General Goethals has appointed President Ernest Martin Hopkins as Director of the Bureau of Industrial Relations in the Quartermaster's Department. The work covers the two divisions of personal supervision on the
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COLLEGE NEWS
MORE FACULTY MEMBERS IN WAR WORK
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Three more members of the Dartmouth faculty have been granted leave of absence for the second semester in order that they may engage in special war work, and another has been granted a month's leave.
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COLLEGE NEWS
KIRKLAND '16 DECORATED FOR BRAVERY
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E. C. Kirkland '16, who has been driving an ambulance in France, has been awarded the Croix de Guerre by the French Government for bravery displayed in performing his duties under the most hazardous conditions. He went to
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
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The fourteenth annual meeting of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association will be held in Hanover, Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, 1918. The following are the tentative programs for the sessions:
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COLLEGE NEWS
SHORTENING OF COLLEGE YEAR
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On recommendation of the Faculty, the Trustees have voted to close the College this year at an earlier date than usual. All holidays, with the exception of Town Meeting Day, and all recesses have been eliminated; the date of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
REGISTRATION FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
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Registration figures for the second semester show that there are now 870 men in College. Of these, 35 were not in College last semester: 17 are men previously enrolled who have now returned to complete their college work, and
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FACULTY NOTES
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At the recent annual meeting in Pittsburg of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Professor Patten was elected President of Section F, Zoology.
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A WARNING TO ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Alumni of Dartmouth College may have received a so-called 'Dartmouth College Graduates" Pledge", issued by one Nat S. Stronge of New York City, in behalf of a subscription for a motion picture film of military tactics to be given to the
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Alsace-Lorraine Under German Rule
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FRANK MALOY ANDERSON
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PUBLICATIONS
A History of English Literature
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BY ROBERT HUNTINGTON FLETCHER '96, Professor of English Literature, Grinnell College. Boston: Richard G. Badger: 1916. 387 pages.
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PUBLICATIONS
Hot Air and Calomel Vapors in the Treatment of Catarrhal Mucous Membrane and Systematic Conditions
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by EDWARD J. BROWN '74, of Minneapolis, Minn., is reprinted from the Medical Record, Oct. 6, 1917.
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PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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"The Bible and College Culture. I. From the Point of View of the Professor," by former Professor B. T. Marshall is published in Religious Education for October, 1917.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
FRESHMAN MILITARY TRAINING
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In the past months of the college year freshman drill has been required of all men enrolled in the 1921 class. Under this system the freshmen have gone to drill or lecture three times a week. Their instruction has been under
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Sports
THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
HOCKEY
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Hockey has been, so far this season, by all odds the most satisfactory of winter sports at Hanover. While the basketball team has been managing to lose games with alarming consistency, the hockey team has won from Tufts and
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
BASKETBALL
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Varsity basketball this season has been a sad failure from the point of victories. So far the team has been unable to win a single game. The cause for this is hard to locate. Coach Walker, a man with a successful coaching record
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
BASEBALL
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Dartmouth's baseball season is just now rather unsettled, due to the necessity for re-arrangement because of the early date of closing college. With the renewal of former sports at Yale and Harvard, however, the indications are
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1854
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MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1886
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THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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FOUNDED IN 1903
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ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES
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FOUNDED IN 1905
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LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS
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Arranged by geographical divisions. State and city Associations arranged alphabetically m 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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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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CLASS REPORTS
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The College Library lacks the following reports of the several classes. Will not class secretaries, or others able to do so, see that these wants are supplied?
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BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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The 53rd annual reunion of the Association of Dartmouth Alumni of Boston and Vicinity held at Symphony Hall on Friday evening, February 15th, brought together the largest gathering which ever assembled in the name of Dartmouth
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CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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JOSEPH M. CHENEY '16
On January ninth, the Chicago Alumni turned out eighty-four strong to welcome President Hopkins and Dean Laycock at our annual banquet. In keeping with the spirit of the times, our dinner was a "wheatless," "meatless," but very
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Obituary
ALUMNI NOTES
Class of 1858
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William Martin Chase, for twenty-seven years a trustee of the College, died February 3 at his home in Concord, N. H.
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CLASS OF 1863
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George Washington Bingham died February 12 at his home in Derry, N. H., after an illness of two years.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1873
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Rev. Nathan Tirrell Dyer, who died in Dorchester, Mass., January 20, was born in South Braintree, Mass., January 1, 1852. His father was a boot manufacturer. Nathan was the sixth of eight brothers. Two sisters, the youngest of
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1877
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Frank Henry Fisk was born in Dublin, N. H., May 28, 1857, and died in Cincinnati, Ohio, October 19, 1917. His father, Asa Fisk, was a farmer, and his mother was Priscilla Ranstead.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1885
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Charles Henry Dana died of pneumonia at his home in West Lebanon, N. H., December 21.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1891
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Dr. Frank Wentworth Plummer died December 15 at his home in Maiden, Mass., of bronchial pneumonia.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1894
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The class of '94 has had a remarkable, if not unparalleled, longevity record. Graduating eighty-six men, the class has lost only three men in the twenty-four years. The two men who had gone before the death of which this notice
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1915
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The death of Sergeant Frederic Drew Day, Company A, 101st U. S. Engineers, 26th Army Division, was noted in the report of General Pershing released at Washington on January 25. The cause was stated to be meningitis, but no
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CLASS OF 1854
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Benjamin A,. Kimball
Carolyn (Matson), widow of Rev. Charles Caverno, died in Denver, Colo., January 12, at the age of Seventy.
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CLASS OF 1871
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William S. Dana
Nellie (Dawson), wife of Asa Wilson Waters, died November 20, 1917, in Cambridge, Mass., after a long illness connected with the spinal cord. Her husband has printed an In Memoriam pamphlet, giving full biographical data.
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CLASS OF 1880
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Dana M. Dustan
Says the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram of February 1: "Worcester County Bar Association, at a complimentary dinner to Judge Webster Thayer at the Bancroft Hotel last night in honor of his elevation to the bench, indicted him on a
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CLASS OF 1884
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James P. Houston
In a recent number of the MAGAZINE the address of Warner J. Hutchinson was asked for. A correspondent writes that Mr. Hutchinson is practicing law at 608 Mutual Life Building, Buffalo, N. Y.
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CLASS OF 1886
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William M. Hatch
The following men of '86 were present at the very enjoyable alumni meeting and dinner held at Symphony Hall in Boston, the evening of February 15: Brown, F. 8., Edgerly, Fairbanks, Goodwin, Hatch, W. M., Howard, E. F., Newton,
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CLASS OF 1889
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David N. Blakely
Frank W. Philbrick, who is with the James H. Prince Paint Company, Boston, has been spending the winter in Lancaster, Mass., on account of illness. Recent advices indicate that he will be able to resume active duties in a few
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CLASS OF 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Rev. Willis T. Sparhawk began in January the pastorate of the Congregational church in Barnet, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1899
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George G. Clark
K. Asakawa's leave of absence from Yale has been extended to September, 1919.
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CLASS OF 1902
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Wm. Carroll Hill
Rev. Charles Wattie has gone to Hardwick, Vt., to preach for the Congregational church for an indefinite period.
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CLASS OF 1903
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Edward H. Kenerson
The Camp Fire meeting held at Symphony Hall for the fifty-third annual gathering of the Boston alumni found nineteen '03 men in attendance. Dr. Charles Chedel was there in the uniform of a Captain, M.R.C., from Camp Devens,
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Captain David E. Ford's address is "General Hospital No. 22, British Expeditionary Force, France. War Office, London."
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CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
The Alumni Editor has received the excellent Eighth Report of the class, an attractive and informing pamphlet of 103 pages.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Harold T. Patten, who attended the second training camp at Plattsburg, has joined the faculty of the Huntington School, on Huntington Ave., Boston, where he will teach English and will assist in the military work.
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CLASS OF 1907
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John R. McLane
H. R. Heneage is a member of the Ath- letic Council to fill the unexpired term of H. R. Lane '07, resigned.
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CLASS OF 1908
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Laurence M. Symmes
D. Robert Blanpied was married January 1 in Minneapolis, Minn., to Winnifred Emily, daughter of Mrs. George Fleming Turner of Minneapolis.
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CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Edward L. Robinson and Miss Elinor Smith of Portland, Maine, were married on May 17, 1917. "Robbie" is now connected with Spencer, Trask and Company of 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass., and makes his headquarters in Portland,
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CLASS OF 1914
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J. Theodore Marriner
"Bill" Taft is in executive charge of the fuel administration office in Lowell, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1915
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Allan L. Priddy
"Bags" Wanamaker, who in business hours is a cost finder for the United States Rubber Company, is acting as coach of the St. Mark's School hockey team.
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CLASS OF 1916
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Richcrd Parkhurst
Roy Burghardt reports that he has been the proud father of a son, Corwin Spencer, since November 21, 1917. Roy is still in Chemango Forks, New York. (Just in passing, Roy, which way do we look for said town?)
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CLASS OF 1917
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Eugene D. Towler
On Friday, February first, Miss Florence Oliver of 309 W. 87th Street, New York city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Oliver, took the train for Charlotte, N. C., and was married late the following day to Lieutenant Derrill
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MARCH DAYS ALONG THE OLD ROW
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