Issue: 19190401

Tuesday, April 1, 1919
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April
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XI
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Graduate-Manager Pender writes an interesting article on "Combination in Athletics" for the Bema.
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It constitutes a resume and a forecast. According to Mr. Pender, Dartmouth's athletic history may be divided into three phases. The first began somewhere in the dark ages, with early attempts at organized athletics, and
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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
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The fifteenth annual meeting of the Secretaries Association was most pleasantly introduced by an informal reception at the home of President and Mrs. Hopkins. Here there was opportunity for renewing old acquaintance and
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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
DINNER SESSION
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Adjourning at 7.45 p. m. the secretaries gathered in the Grill Room of College Hall for the annual dinner of the Association. When the coffee was consumed and the cigars well lighted, Toastmaster Dana introduced Professor E.
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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE DARTMOUTH SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
MORNING SESSION
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After calling the meeting to order at 8.15, the Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions reported as follows:
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DARTMOUTH IN THE RECENT NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE
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Harlan C. Pearson '93
Dartmouth men played a prominent part in the brief, business-like and result producing session of the New Hampshire Legislature, which ended on March 28. Governor John H. Bartlett '94, presented to the General Court in his
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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 has been made to keep a permanent record, and all information of this kind should be sent to H. M.
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COLLEGE NEWS
MILITARY NEWS
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH ROLL OF HONOR
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The following list contains the names, arranged by classes, of all Dartmouth men who have died in the service of their country since the beginning of the Great War, and whose deaths have been reported to the Secretary of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
RESIGNATION OF PROFESSOR DIXON
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Professor Frank Haigh Dixon of the economics department has resigned his position to become Professor of Transportation at Princeton University, his resignation to take effect in June. His new work will be much like that with
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COLLEGE NEWS
SWIMMING POOL GIVEN TO THE COLLEGE
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That Dartmouth is to have a swimming pool in the near future has been recently announced through the College offices by the Honorable Rolland H. Spaulding of Rochester, New Hampshire, former Governor of the State.
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COLLEGE NEWS
PHI BETA KAPPA BANQUET
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The Alpha of New Hampshire of Phi Beta Kappa held its annual banquet and midyear initiation at the Hanover Inn on Monday evening. April 21. About sixty members of the society were in attendance.
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THAYER SCHOOL GRADUATION
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The Thayer School of Civil Engineering held its graduation on Thursday evening, April 24, in the Faculty Room in Parkhurst Hall. Nine men were granted the degree of Civil Engineer:
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TUCK AND THAYER SCHOOL DIRECTORS APPOINTED
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Professor William R. Gray has been elected Dean of the Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance. Professor Gray graduated from Dartmouth in 1904 and has been connected with the School since 1905. For the last few months
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFT FOR CAMERA CLUB PICTURE GALLERY
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Through the generosity of Reverend J. E. Johnson '66, for many years the benefactor of undergraduate enterprises, the Dartmouth Camera Club recently received a gift of a $1000 bond, the income of which will provide sufficient
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DARTMOUTH LECTURES IN MANCHESTER
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The following editorial tribute to the lectures delivered in Manchester this winter by members of the Dartmouth factulty appeared in the Manchester Union for April 10. It is here presented to the alumni as a better testimonial
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COLLEGE NEWS
JOSEPH HOPKINSON AND DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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The Pennsylvania Gazette, the official weekly of the University of Pennsylvania, for February 28. contains an article about one of its famous alumni, Joseph Hopkinson of the class of 1786. the author of "Hail, Columbia". This
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RESUMPTION OF RHODES SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITIONS
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Professor Frank Aydelotte of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, American Secretary of the Rhodes Trustees, has sent out the following preliminary announcement relative to the resumption of Rhodes Scholarship competition:
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ECONOMIC PRIZES
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J. LAURENCE LAUGHLIN
The MAGAZINE is in receipt of the following announcement relative to the annual prizes offered by Messrs. Hart, Schaffner, and Marx for studies in the economic field:
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SOME RECENTLY ACQUIRED WEBSTER PORTRAITS
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Within the past year the College has been the recipient of several interesting Webster portraits. In some ways the most important of these is a profile representation painted in oils by Chester Harding, which came to the College
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GIFTS OF HOVEY MANUSCRIPTS
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Through the generosity of Mr. Arthur H. Livermore of the class of 1888, the College library has received some very valuable and interesting Hovey manuscripts. Two of these manuscripts were the property of Mr. Bliss Carman and
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NATIONAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY
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The National Research Council has been entrusted by the Rockefeller Foundation with the expenditure of an appropriation of $500,000 within a period of five years for promoting fundamental research in physics and chemistry
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INDEX FOR THE MAGAZINE
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The index of the last volume of the Alumni Magazine, Volume X, has now been printed and will be supplied to any one desiring it on application to the Business Manager.
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FACULTY NOTES
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Professor James P. Richardson addressed the Dartmouth Club of Connecticut at Hartford, April 12.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
American Democracy and Asiatic Citizenship
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L. D. WHITE
by SIDNEY L. GULICK '83. Charles Scribners Sons, New York 1918.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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"The League of Nations, a Guide for Speakers" prepared by Frank Haigh Dixon for the "League of Free Nations Association" of New Hampshire has recently been printed as a pamphlet of 28 pages. This pamphlet consists of an
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
VOLUNTARY TAXATION
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At the first athletic mass meeting of the year undergraduates of the college voluntarily took upon their shoulders the task of supporting the track and baseball team throughout the coming season. A near-crisis in Dartmouth
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
BASEBALL
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The 1919 baseball schedule has been given out by Graduate Manager Pender and corresponds in most respects to the varsity lists of past years. Twenty-two games are included ten to be played in Hanover and twelve away from home,
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
TRACK
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After the close of the indoor interclass series of meets, the varsity track team will be picked to compete in the Penn Relay Carnival, April 25-26. Entries for Dartmouth have already been made, and the management has arranged
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
TENNIS
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An unusually attractive tennis schedule has been arranged for the coming season, including matches with Williams and M. ,1. T. to be played on the Hanover courts. Entries have been made for the annual New England tournament, to
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
JUNIOR PROM PLANS
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After a lapse of two years, Junior Prom will be revived this year, with the customary week-end of fraternity house parties, dances, Dramatic Association performances, and baseball games. May 22, 23, and 24 are the dates chosen
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
DEBATING
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Both decisions in the dual debate with Colgate April 12 went to Dartmouth's opponents, but votes of 2-1 in each case give evidence that the Dartmouth speakers were not completely outclassed. The question discussed was:
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
WAR RELIEF ENTERTAINMENT
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Undergraduates of the college volunteered their services for a home talent entertainment held in the Little Theater April 5, for the benefit of the American Fund for French Wounded. The program consisted of violin solos by P.
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION TRIALS
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Twenty-five new members were elected to the Dramatic Association, following the production of ten short plays given under the direction of candidates for non-athletic managerships. "The Awakening of the Bluebird was judged the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
CAMPUS NOTES
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The annual Tuck-Thayer School Basketball game, played at the close of the intramural series in March, resulted in-a 20-16 victory for the Tuck School quintet.
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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 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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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, 43 West 53rd St.. New York City.
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DARTMOUTH CLUB OF NORTHERN OHIO
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ROBERT B. KELLER '11
The thirteenth annual dinner of the Dartmouth Club of Northern Ohio took place at the University Club, Cleveland, on Friday evening, January 24.
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ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION
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JAS. A. BURNS '07
The St. Louis Alumni held an informal dinner at the University Club on January 27, at 6.30 p. m. There were about fifteen men present. We enjoyed what might be termed a nice family dinner, and after the dinner, we had the tables
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PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION
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H. M. PRESCOTT '10
The annual meeting and dinner of the Pacific Coast Alumni Association was held at the Hotel Clift. San Francisco, on March 28. The following officers were elected to serve during the year 1918-'19:
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ALUMNI NOTES
Class of 1856
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Rev. Franklin Deming Ayer died March 17, at his home at Ardmore, Pa. He was the son of Nathan and Phila Ann (Hallett) Ayer, and was born in St. Johnsbury, Vt., December 19, 1832, preparing for college at Newbury, (Vt.)
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CLASS OF 1859
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John Milton Bancroft died at his home in Bloomfield, N. J., July 27, 1918, of old age.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1862
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James Franklin Allen died March 12 at his home in Rockville, Md.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1865
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Leonard Wilcox died at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., on Sunday morning, March 23, 1919. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat reports that his final illness covered but four days, but it is understood that he suffered much
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1871
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Judge Lewis Ward Holmes died at his home in Keene, N. H., March 13, 1919. The son of Lewis and Sarah (Clark) Holmes, he was born in Readsboro, Vt., April 25, 1848, but spent the greater part of his life in Keene, where he
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1899
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The closing days of the year 1918 brought to the class of 1899 a great loss in the death of Earl Eastman, scholar, teacher, and leader toward the better things of life.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1902
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Fred Caswell Stanton was born June 7, 1880, at Vineyard Haven, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard, his parents being Frederick O. and Rebecca (Luce) Stanton. In his boyhood he became very familiar with maritime affairs,
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CLASS OF 1903
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Ralph Oliver Durrell died from heart failure on a Los Angeles-Chicago train near Ogden, Utah, March 8.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1911
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John Whitney Foster died February 7 in Winchester, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1883
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Dr. Eugene Norton Mullins died at his home in Baldwinville, Mass., March 20, 1919, following an illness of several weeks.
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CLASS OF 1856
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Ellen Jeannette (Smith), widow of Carlisle J. Gleason, died in Montpelier, Vt., March 26, in her eighty-fourth year.
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CLASS OF 1873
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Samuel W. Adriance
Alfred S. Hall, after many years practice of law at 31 Milk St., Boston, has moved to 3 Beacon St.
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CLASS OF 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Rev. Charles Parkhurst, D. D., has retired from the editorship of Zion's Herald, the Methodist denominational weekly;, of New England, after an extremely valuable and efficient service of thirty-one years. In Dr. Parkhurst's
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CLASS OF 1881
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Myron W. Adams
Charles S. Ward, who has been for more than thirty-six years connected with the Y. M. C. A., and for twenty-one years a secretary of the International Committee of that organization, has resigned, and retired March Ist. The
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CLASS OF 1887
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Emerson Rice
The Alumni Editor has received the Twentieth Report, a pamphlet of twenty-eight pages, containing the latest information from members of the class.
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CLASS OF 1889
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David N. Blakely
Thomas Flynn's present address is 511 East 134 th St., New York city.
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CLASS OF 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
Carroll H. White was elected president of the Vermont Schoolmasters' Club at its recent annual meeting.
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CLASS OF 1899
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George G. Clark
A. M. Abbott had charge of all the advertising for the five boroughs of Manhattan in the last Red Cross drive.
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CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Harry Jenkins is connected with the Y. M. C. A. work at Camp where he is having an unusually interesting service.
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CLASS OF 1902
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William Carroll Hill
John Edward Hartshorn has been in the Chinese customs service since 1904. He has been stationed at Hankow, on the Yangste river, and in South China and Manchuria. For two years he has been assistant commissioner of China,
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CLASS OF 1904
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Arthur I. Charron
Donald G. Kimball, first sergeant of B Company of the 101st Engineers, has received his discharge, and is now with the Standard Oil Company of New York, with headquarters at Kingston, Mass.
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CLASS OF 1905
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Lafayette R. Chamberlin
Stillman Batchellor with two associates has bought a ranch in the Big Tree District in California, about sixty miles north of San Francisco and about fifteen miles from the coast. He says he intends to give up his profession as
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CLASS OF 1906
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Harold G. Rugg
Capt. Joseph J. White was invalided home Tanuary 19. and is now in Boston as manager for northern New England of the Sterling Tire Company, with headquarters at 205 Clarendon St.
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Class of 1907
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Robert D. Kenyon
Henry R. Lane was elected president ,of the Boston Alumni Association of the Casque and Gauntlet Society, held March 21. E. B. Luitwieler '12 was chosen secretary, and Harry S. McDevitt '07 chorister.
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CLASS OF 1909
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Emile H. Erhard
The engagement is announced of Anson McLoud to Antoinette, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Jerome of Evansville, Ind. The wedding is to take place in Lima, Peru, April 22.
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CLASS OF 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman has left Chicago for Milwaukee, Wis., where he can be addressed in care of the William O. Goodrich Company Rollo
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CLASS OF 1912
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D. Basil O'Connor
Rev. Hermann Lohmann has resigned his pastorate at Irving, Mass., to become Pastor of the Congregational church at Whately, Mass.
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IF Warde Wilkins
Randolph Riedell was married to Miss Louise Cavine Watt, daughter of Mrs. Lewis Cavine Watt of Somerville, Mass., on September 26, 1918. They are now living at 3 Linnaean St., Cambridge, Mass.
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Dwight Conn
Robert S. Noble has resigned his position as teacher of history in Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt., to assist his father in his granite business at Bethel, Vt.
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CLASS OF 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Among the men receiving the degree of M. D. at Harvard at the end of the first semester were four members of this class,—Warren G. Atwood, Arthur G. Boggs, Patrick E. Gear and Dwight O'Hara, Boggs received his degree cum laude.
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Richard Parkhurst
Carl Merryman is treasurer of the Adding Machine Corporation of America, with headquarters at 323 South LaSalle St., Chicago. He hopes to be able to make Hanover this June.
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CLASS OF 1917
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William Sewall
The first of what may become a permanent form of meeting for Seventeen men in and around Boston was held Saturday evening, March 29, at the Boston Tavern. Notices were sent to twenty-nine men, but the poor weather was largely to
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Cities Service Preferred Stock
Cities Service Preferred Stock
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ALUMNI MAGAZIE
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WESTON – THURSTON CO.
WESTON – THURSTON CO.
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NOT YET IN THE NAME OF RELIGION
NOT YET IN THE NAME OF RELIGION
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SUNRISE FROM CUBE MOUNTAIN
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SUNRISE FROM CUBE MOUNTAIN One of the Outing Club cabins is situate! on the side of the Mountain.
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