Issue: 19230301

Thursday, March 1, 1923
113706
March
5
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XV
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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Articles
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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The action of the Board of Trustees in electing Doctor John M. Gile '87
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as a life trustee will meet with general approval. Elected in 1912 as an alumnus trustee, and reelected in 1917, Doctor Gile has already given long and valuable service to the College.
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THE DARTMOUTH ANVIL
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SAMUEL W. McCALL '74
There was an adventure in Dartmouth journalism which I imagine may be sufficiently interesting to Dartmouth men generally to warrant a fuller statement than has yet been made concerning it. Indeed comparatively little has been
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THE ORIGINS OF DELTA ALPHA—A SYMPOSIUM
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Through the co-operation of Harry H. Blunt, secretary of the class of 1897, the following story of the early days' of Delta Alpha was gathered. Three alumni have collaborated in furnishing the material, Newton D. Clark '95, Raymond E.
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COLLEGE NEWS
ANALYSIS OF TIME CREATING INTEREST
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The analysis of the undergraduate expenditure of time recently conducted by The Dartmouth has created considerable interest since its publication and the ALUMNI MAGAZINE reprints here two editorials commenting upon the
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COLLEGE NEWS
BALTIMORE CLUB MAKES RAPID STRIDES AND PLANS
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During the past year the Dartmouth Club of Baltimore has taken rapid strides forward and plans for this year's activities,. as announced at the Club's annual banquet the evening of February 9th, indicate that an even bigger
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COLLEGE NEWS
SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED IN FRENCH UNIVERSITIES
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The University of Bordeaux offers two scholarships to American students which include board and lodging. The holders of these scholarships will be lodged in the Maison des Etudiants and will board at a neighboring lycee. It
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COLLEGE NEWS
EUROPEAN SKIER AND FENCER TO INSTRUCT AT DARTMOUTH
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Anthony Diettrich, of Budapest, a Lieutenant-Colonel of the former Austro-Hungarian Army, commander of the Austro-Hungarian Army fency instructors' course, and winner of the sabre fencing championship of the last army
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COLLEGE NEWS
PHI BETA KAPPA SOCIETY
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The first meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dartmouth College for the year 1922-23 was held in the Faculty room of the Administration building on October 23, 1922 with President Hopkins, president of the chapter presiding.
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COLLEGE NEWS
LETTER OF 1784 NOW IN COLLEGE FILES
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A letter of some historical and antiquarian interest has recently come into the college files and is reprinted below.
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COLLEGE NEWS
REV. DONALD B. ALDRICH NAMED AS CHAPLAIN OF THE HOUSE
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Rev. Donald Bradshaw Aldrich of Cambridge, who is attached to St. Paul's Cathedral, Boston, has been appointed by Speaker Benjamin Loring Young to serve as chaplain of the House of Representatives for the remainder of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
181 STUDENTS SUBJECT TO FACULTY DISCIPLINE
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A total of 181 students were separated from college and placed upon probation for the remainder of the academic year as a result of failures in the recent mid-year examinations. This number is considerably larger than that of
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COLLEGE NEWS
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY UNION GIVES AID TO MANY
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The American University Union, with which Dartmouth College is connected as a subscribing institution, cordially invites students and graduates visiting Europe, to make use of the facilities offered at the Union offices at 1 rue
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COLLEGE NEWS
S. E. BURROUGHS '94 DIES AT WASHINGTON RESIDENCE
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Sherman Everett Burroughs '94, Congressman from the first New Hampshire district, and prominent for many years among the lawyers of New Hampshire, died at his residence in Washington, D. C., January 28.
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COLLEGE NEWS
PROF. H. FELDMAN ADDED TO TUCK SCHOOL FACULTY
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Prof. H. Feldman, an investigator and consultant for many well-known industrial concerns in matters of employment management and industrial relations, has been appointed assistant professor of Industrial Relations in the Tuck
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GOVERNMENT
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Mayor Fred H. Brown of Somersworth, of the class of 1903, is governor of New Hampshire for the years 1923 and 1924, his election being regarded as an evidence of excellent work on the part of the Democratic state committee, of
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FORMED IN WISCONSIN
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The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Wisconsin has just been launched by a small but enthusiastic group.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FIVE RECITALS REMAIN ON MUSIC PROGRAM
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Five recitals remain on the program for the year of the Department of Music. These are: a musicale by students of the College, March 6, an organ recital by Professor Cronham, March 13, a violin recital by Mischa Elman, March 19,
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Dr. Louis Bell '84 lectured on "The Morphology of the Pseudo Sciences" at a joint convocation of The Dartmouth Scientific Society and the Dartmouth chapter of Gamma Alpha in the Steele Chemistry Building, Feb. 21.
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Bill, Earl Gordon, Professor of Mathematics and Dean of Freshmen.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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"Liberal Education" by Harry Woodman Chase, Ph.D. '04, President of the University of North Carolina, a Founders' Day address delivered in the College chapel, March 11, 1922, has just been published as number one of volume ten
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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WILBUR M. URBAN
Prof. W. M. Urban is the author of an article in the October-December number of Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale entitled, "La Critique Esthétique et al Philosophic en Amérique." This is one of a series of articles all in one
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BASKETBALL
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Columbia 36—Dartmouth 20
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Sports
ATHLETICS
HOCKEY
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Dartmouth 6—Williams 5
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Sports
ATHLETICS
SWIMMING
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Dartmouth opened its third swimming season with an, easy victory over Springfield Y.M.C.A. College in the Spaulding Pool, Jan. 20. The Green tank stars won first and second place in every event with the exception of the dive,
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ATHLETICS
NORWICH WRESTLERS WIN FROM DARTMOUTH
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The Dartmouth wrestling team lost its first meet of the season to the Norwich University team by a score of 18 to 11, in Northfield, January 20.
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ATHLETICS
GREEN FENCING TEAM WINS FROM PENN 9-5
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The Dartmouth fencing team defeated the University of Pennsylvania fencers, 9-5, Feb. 16. Captain Hertzberg starred for Dartmouth. The summary.
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ATHLETICS
NEW WORLD'S RECORD FOR L. T. BROWN '23
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Captain Leroy T. Brown, of the Dartmouth track team leaped to a new world's record for the high jump indoors when with Richmond Landon, former Yale star, he cleared 6 feet 5¼ inches at the Millrose A. A. games in New York City,
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Sports
ATHLETICS
WINTER SPORTS
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J. J. Hennessy, of Dartmouth won second place in the Vermont State Skating meet held at Brattleboro, January 20, with a total of 90 points. Hennessy took second place in. the half mile, three quarter mile and mile events, and
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ATHLETICS
EASTERN INSTITUTIONS FORM LEAGUE IN GOLF
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Eight eastern colleges and universities have formed the Intercollegiate Golf League, including Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Williams and Yale, to further the interests of golf. Each member of the
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ATHLETICS
ANNUAL FOOTBALL BANQUET AT MOOSE MOUNTAIN CABIN
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Captain-elect Charles Hubbard, of the Harvard football team and Graduate Managers R. W. Moore, of Harvard, and Romeyn Berry, of Cornell, were guests of the Athletic Council at the annual football banquet given to Dartmouth
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ATHLETICS
J. P. CARLETON '22 WINS PLACE IN SKI RACE
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John P. Carleton '22, took second place in the Oxford-Cambridge University 3000 foot ski race down the Lanberhorn to Wengen, in Switzerland, last January. Carleton, who was leading by a big margin, became blinded by the snow
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ATHLETICS
THOMSON TO COACH WEST VIRGINIA TRACK
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Earl J. Thomson, former captain of the Dartmouth track team, and world's champion hurdler, who has been acting as assistant coach of track and instructor in Recreational Athletics, has left for Morgantown, W. Va., where he will
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
THE DARTMOUTH ANALYZES COLLEGE'S USE OF TIME
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An interesting analysis of college life is provided by the recently published statistics gathered by The Dartmouth, which with the assistance of the class in statistics gathered from two hundred students minutely detailed and
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
FRATERNITIES PLEDGE 57 PER CENT OF FRESHMEN
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The twenty four Dartmouth fraternities pledged 302 freshmen, or 57 per cent of the class, as a result of the three days of rushing between the first and second semesters. The following is a list of the men pledged:
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
1923 WINTER CARNIVAL IS GRAND AND GLORIOUS
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"Bigger and better than ever before"—this is the trite but literally true label which needs must be stamped on the 1923 Winter Carnival. Over six hundred girls, the pick of the east and west, weather as satisfactory as though
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
D. C. A. ENTERTAINS BOYS AT ITS WINTER CAMP
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Ten boys from the South End Parish House of Boston arrived in Hanover on February 17, as guests of the Dartmouth Christian Association for a week of recreation and fun with ski trips, hikes, tobogganing, skating, and chances
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
THE ADMINISTRATION MAKES CHAPEL SERVICES LONGER
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In order to make the chapel service "as near as possible to what the students would like" the administration announced that daily chapel during the second semester should begin at 8.15 and Sunday chapel at 5.15. To compensate
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
SANDBURG WINS SCORES OF NEW ADMIRERS
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Storrs' Bookstore and the Co-op noticed an enormous demand for collections of Sandburg's poems after his smoke talk in Commons last month. Men who had never been able to pierce the mysterious veil which surrounds his poems saw
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THE UNDERGRADUATE MONTH
CAMPUS SQUIBS
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President Hopkins addressed a meeting of the chapter presidents of the 24 fraternities at Dartmouth at a feed at Moose Cabin before exams.
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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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ALUMNI NOTES
AMOS TUCK SCHOOL CLEARING HOUSE
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THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNI OF THE AMOS TUCK SCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE FOUNDED IN 1921
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ASSOCIATIONS 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 EASTERN STATES
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District of Columbia
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SOUTHERN STATES
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SOUTHEASTERN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FOUNDED IN 1920
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CENTRAL STATES
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Illinois
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WESTERN STATES
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Iowa
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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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'54 Mr. Leander M. Nute, 138 Pine Street, Portland, Me.
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VERMONT ASSOCIATION
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The annual meeting was, held at the National Life Insurance Building, Montpelier, on the evening of January 17. Good judges call it the most successful and satisfactory meeting the Association has ever held. President Hopkins
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BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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On the evening of January 25, more than 600 Dartmouth men gathered in Symphony Hall for the annual meeting of the Association. The main addresses were made by President Hopkins and Senator George H. Moses '90.
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ALUMNI NOTES
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI OF CHICAGO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING. DEAN LAYCOCK GIVES INSPIRING TALK
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On January 25th at the Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, 159 members of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago and their guests assembled for their annual meeting and banquet. During dinner various classes, seated together,
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1882
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John Alexander Macnicol died of tuberculosis in Asheville, N. C., January 11, 1923. The son of Donald and Martha (Montgomerie) Macnicol, he was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, July 17, 1856, and received his preliminary
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ALUMNI NOTES
HONORARY
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Rev. John Wentworth Sanborn, a recipient of the honorary degree of Master of Arts in 1883, died of apoplexy at his home in Friendship, N. Y., October 14, 1922.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1877
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Secretary, John M. Comstock, Chelsea, Vt. Dr. William F. Temple has retired from his active medical practice in Boston, and says: "I am going to take a little interest in a New Hampshire farm, pigs, hens, apples, etc., just to
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1879
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Henry Melville
On January 14, 1923, Henry B. Thayer, president of the American Telegraph and Telephone Company, had the honor of carrying on the first official telephonic wireless conversation between America and England. It is reported that
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Thomas Flynn's address is now 616 Genesee St., Buffalo, N. Y.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Samuel P.. Baldwin of Cleveland made a flying trip to Boston on January 17 and 18, to speak before several gatherings of ornithologists on his bird-banding project. He is the recognized leader for the country in this method of
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
Mrs. Anna Mossman of Cincinnati,' Ohio, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Anna Louise, to Arthur William Stone, on Wednesday, January 3, 1923. Mr. and Mrs. Stone will be at home after March 1, at the Hotel Seymour, 50
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1899
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Kenneth Beal
Sam Smith's present address is Box 23, Centerville, Mass. He is only at Hatchville now and then.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
The class will all grieve with Tom and Mrs. Remsen in the loss of their oldest son, William Kouwenhoven Remsen, 2nd, who passed away January 2, 1923, at the home of his grandmother at Hudson Falls, N. Y. Billy Remsen was born
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
J. F. Drake has resigned as assistant to the president of the Gulf Oil Corporation to accept the election as vice-president and a director of the Standard Steel Car Company and subsidiary companies. These include the following:
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1903
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Charles L. Luce
Forrest J. Hall, formerly instructor in related subjects at the Morrill School of Mechanic Arts, Concord, N. H., is instructor in American history and mechanic arts in the Keene High School.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Ira O. Willard is superintendent of lumber yard for the Robinson-Brett Lumber Company, Keene, N. H.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1905
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Fletcher Hale
Edwin Newdick appeared before the New Hampshire state legislature on January 10, representing organized labor in presenting the arguments from the labor point of view for the passage of the forty-eight hour law in this state.
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CLASS OF 1906
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Ralph Thompson
George Norman Bankart was elected to the executive board, of the American Football Officials' Association at the charter meeting of the organization in New York in January.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1907
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Prof. Harry R. Wellman
The engagement of Allan Brown to Miss Amy Wood of Arden, Del., has been recently announced.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1909
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Joseph W. Worthen
Rev. Albert L. Hill is engaged in the ministry at Wilton, N. H. He writes Ralph Richardson of a father and son banquet in February, some of the entertainment of which is to be furnished by the Dartmouth Christian Association.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
Tom Heneage's gents' furnishing establishment, formerly known as Ogilvie and Heneage, is now Thomas Heneage, Inc., Tom having acquired control. It is One of the few high class outfitting concerns in Chicago catering
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Your class agent begs to 'announce heis chagrined over the amount of bashfulness with which the class is startingout 1923. Think it over. Introduceyour Tucker Alumni Fund subscriptionblank to your fountain pen Now!-and make your class agent happy!
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1912
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Edward B. Luitwieler
Billy Baxter writes from Placetas, Cuba, where he is looking after the interests of the National City Bank of New York. On his trip down he ran into Chesty Brown, who is a structural engineer with the Atlantic Coast Line
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Mrs. Annie B. Kayton of Farmville, Va., announces the engagement of her daughter, Agatha Lee, to Mr. Clifton A. Clarke, son of I. J. Clarke of Haverhill, Mass. The wedding will take place early in June, and Mr. and Mrs. "Clif"
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1914
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Clyfton Chandler
On the evening of January 17, some of the hardy spirits around Boston arranged a sleighride from Harvard Square to Lexington. There were present Aborn, Austin, Buckley, Cole, Lowell, and Pooler, with one wife each, and Saeger
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
The response to "Gil" Tapley's first appeal for contributions to the 1923 Alumni Fund quota indicates that the "fighting spirit" of the class has been aroused. Several men, in addition to contributing, have volunteered their
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
Mrs. Lulu Herndon of Frankfort, Ky., announces the engagement of her daughter Genevieve to Ralph A. Wells of West Newton, Mass.
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450
Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1918
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Kingsland T. Rood
The engagement has been announced of Lewis Hughes Lee of New York city and Marion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Undegrove of Riverdale, N. Y.
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1919
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John H. Chipman
The ruts of business may be deep, the cold winds of new responsibilities may impede the way of Nineteener at the wheel of venture, but the hearth of old Dartmouth ever glows, bidding him welcome, and speeding him onward.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS OF 1920
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Allan M. Cate
S. Frederick Calhoun is doing cost analysis work with the firm of Logan-Johnson, Ltd., Boston. He graduated from M.A.C. with a B.S. degree in 1922.
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Obituary
Deaths
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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Hanover and its environment. A comprehensive view
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Hanover and its environment. A comprehensive view
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