Issue: 19240101

Tuesday, January 1, 1924
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January
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XVI
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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Articles
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Masthead
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Volume XVI
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The liquor
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question in the various colleges is naturally leading to a general discussion of ways and means for preventing the worse forms of violation of the law—it being admitted as a practical point to start with that the absolute
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SCHOLARSHIP AND MENTAL ALERTNESS IN DARTMOUTH COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND MENTAL ALERTNESS IN DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Richard Wellington Husband
The following' tables give a graphic representation of the scholarship condition of the college at the close of the last academic year. They include a full record of the Senior class throughout its four years, that of the
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DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES DARTMOUTH OUT OF DOORS IN THE EIGHTIES
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Charles Sumner Cook '79
An old-time graduate of Dartmouth does not need to revisit Hanover in order to learn that a great change in the conditions of student life has taken place there since his time; a change comparable with that in the appearance
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THE EARLY HOME OF ELEAZAR WHEELOCK THE EARLY HOME OF ELEAZAR WHEELOCK
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Kenneth W. Weeks '26
The two accompanying pictures show what is claimed to be the old home of the Rev. Bleazar Wheelock, founder and first president of Dartmouth College, at Lebanon Crank, now Columbia, Conn.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DR. C. P. BANCROFT DIES IN HANOVER HOSPITAL
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Dr. Charles Parker Bancroft, consultant in mental hygiene for the College during the past three years and a life-long resident of New Hampshire, died in Hanover, 14, of cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 71 years. He was stricken
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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A meeting of the trustees of Dartmouth College was held in their room in the Parkhurst Administration Building in Hanover, New Hampshire, on November 16, 1923.
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COLLEGE NEWS
LATEST NEWS FROM THE CHICAGO POW-WOW
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With enthusiastic acceptances pouring in from hundreds of alumni in all parts of the country; with towns and even cities pledging one hundred per cent attendance, barring disease or accident; with classes from the 60's, up,
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COLLEGE NEWS
MR. BRYAN INTERVIEWED BY UNDERGRADUATES
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Following the recent appearance in Hanover of William Jennings Bryan who spoke for the anti-evolutionists on "Science vs. Evolution," members of The Dartmouth board interviewed "the great commoner" and secured comments to the
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COLLEGE NEWS
LIBERAL WEEKLIES PRAISE ATTITUDE OF DARTMOUTH
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Perhaps it is self satisfaction which leads Dartmouth faculty members and undergraduates to paste in their scrap-books such notices as those reprinted here. But we prefer to refer to the moving spirit as pardonable pride. In
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COLLEGE NEWS
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY GIVES JIM ROBERTSON SENDOFF
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The following account, taken from the Boston Transcript, is of interest to Dartmouth men as showing not only the good work done at Oglethorpe by Jim Robertson '23, but also the fine impression which he made on the University.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FRANK P. BRACKETT '87 WRITES ECLIPSE EXPERIENCES
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In the Pomona College Quarterly Magazine for October, 1923, appeared an article entitled "The Story of the Eclipse Expedition to the Isthmus on Santa Catalina Island," in which Professor Frank P. Brackett, Dartmouth '87,
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COLLEGE NEWS
HANOVER RECEIVES PRAISE FROM METROPOLITAN PRESS
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The football game with Cornell, Nov, 3, which dedicated Memorial Field • and brought to Hanover the largest crowd ever gathered in the village offered an opportunity for representatives of the metropolitan press to judge of
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH ALUMNUS DEVELOPS Y.M.C.A. WORK IN NEW YORK
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A recent article on Y. M. C. A. service contains a glowing account of the achievements of "Tom" Cotton '17, who has developed the Foreign Born Department of the Twenty-third Street Y. M. C. A., in New York city.
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COLLEGE NEWS
OUTING CLUB MAKES REPORT ON WORK DURING PAST YEAR
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The annual report of the Dartmouth Outing Club for the year 1922-23 shows the past year to have been one of great growth and accomplishment for the Club, both in size and importance.
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COLLEGE NEWS
OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED FOR STUDY IN BELGIUM
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The Educational' Foundation of the Commission for Relief in Belgium has announced that a limited number of American graduate fellowships for study in Belgium during the academic year 1924-1925 will be awarded by April 1, 1924.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN FORM CLUB OF SEVEN IN BUENOS AIRES
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On Dartmouth Night, November 2, 1923, the Dartmouth men resident in Buenos Aires gathered and formed the Dartmouth Club of Buenos Aires. This meeting of organization was the culmination of numerous informal gatherings in the
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI WATCH RYAN'S TEAM
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A number of Dartmouth Alumni sat in the stands at Madison, Wis., last October, to cheer for Jack Ryan '11, when his Wisconsin team met its first test of the season against Minnesota in a scoreless encounter. Present were,
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT HOPKINS SPEAKS TO MANCHESTER ALUMNI
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President Ernest Martin Hopkins and Professor Charles A. Proctor of the Department of Physics were speakers at the annual dinner of the Manchester Alumni Association at the Barton Auditorium, Manchester, December 11.
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COLLEGE NEWS
LIBRARY ADDS OLD BOOK TO VALUABLE COLLECTION
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The most recent addition of valuable books purchased by the College Library is an original volume , of the Nuremberg Chronicle, containing the first extensive compilation of pictures from woodcuts and printed in Nuremberg,
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COLLEGE NEWS
SECRETARY AND ASSOCIATON LISTS
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In this issue and in the two preceding it of the current volume of the MAGAZINE the complete list of associations, officers and secretaries is printed. It is now proposed to omit this list until the June number and hereafter to
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Adams, Charles Darwin, Professor of Greek.
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Letters to the Editor
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS
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To the Editor of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE: I have received the enclosed letter in regard to the assistance given to one Dartmouth man by the thoughtfulness and generosity of that great ..friend of the College, Mr. C. P. Chase, the
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
The Middle Passage
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E. P. CHASE '16
The Middle Passage by Daniel Chase '14, New York, Macmillan, 1923.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Faculty Publications
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"Comparative Anatomy of Leaf Cycades with Reference to Cycadefilacales," by Professor James T. Poole has been reprinted from the October, 1923 issue of the Botanical Gazette.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FOOTBALL
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The 1924 football schedule as announced by the Dartmouth Athletic Council, Dec. 4, has a number of interesting features. It is an attractive schedule in many ways, and a better balanced one than that provided for the team this
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ATHLETICS
BJORKMAN TO CAPTAIN 1924 FOOTBALL TEAM
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Henry Bror Bjorkman '25, of Waltham, Mass., regular end for the past two seasons on Dartmouth's football teams was elected to captain the football team next fall. He prepared for Dartmouth at Waltham and Newton High Schools and
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Sports
ATHLETICS
CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM IN SEVENTH PLACE
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After a most successful season the Dartmouth Cross-Country team finished disappointingly in seventh place in the intercollegiate race run over the new six mile course in Van Courtland Park, New York, Nov. 26. Syracuse won
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BASKETBALL
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With a new and' untried team Dartmouth faces one of the hardest basketball schedules of recent years, Twenty games are listed, nine in Hanover and 11 out of town. The complete schedule is as follows. December 12, Clarkson
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Sports
ATHLETICS
H. W. THAYER WILL CAPTAIN 1924 SOCCER TEAM
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H. W. Thayer '25, has been elected captain of the 1924 soccer team. Thayer has been a consistently good player on the Dartmouth team for the past two seasons. He is a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
DARTMOUTH SKI TEAM HAS ATTRACTIVE SCHEDULE
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A quadrangle meet with the Universities of Wisconsin, Minnesota and McGill at Brattleboro, Vt., February 14 and IS is the feature of the schedule of the Dartmouth Ski Team, as recently announced.
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ATHLETICS
ATHLETIC COUNCIL ANNOUNCES AWARD OF NINETEEN LETTERS
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Nineteen varsity football letters and 26 freshman numerals awards were announced by the Athletic Council as having been approved at a meeting of the Council following the close of the football season.
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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There probably has never been a more fruitful calendar of such a varied aspect at Dartmouth than that presented for undergraduate consumption from November 20 until the beginning of Christmas vacation, December 20. From the
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
LETTERS TO AND FROM
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A FOND PARENT.
A humorous chord was struck in the undergraduates' makeup by the supercilious letter of an English professor (not at Dartmouth) to a parent, as printed in an editorial of The Dartmouth, and the subsequent answer of "A Fond
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
CAMPUS TID-BITS
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A touchdown scene staged by the varsity squad the last practice afternoon was filmed by a representative of the Winship Motion Picture Company of New York, to be used in conjunction with a two-reel comedy entitled "The Winning
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1854 President, MATT B. JONES '94 Vice-President, ARTHUR I. CHARRON '04. Secretary, EUGENE F. CLARK '01, Hanover, N. H. Statistical Secretary, JOHN M. COMSTOCK '77, Chelsea, Vt. Treasurer, PERLEY R. BUGEEE
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ALUMNI NOTES
MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
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FOUNDED IN 1886 President, H. SHERIDAN BAKETEL, M.D., '95. Secretary and Treas., FREDERIC P. LORD '98, Hanover, N. H. Annual meeting at Hanover during the month of October.
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ALUMNI NOTES
THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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FOUNDED IN 1903 President, CHARLES F. GOODRICH '05, % American Bridge Co., 71 Broadway, New York City. Secretary, FREDERICK H. MUNKELT '08, 25 West 43rd St., New York City. Treasurer, PHILIP L. THOMPSON '08, 25 Broad
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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 Chairman, VICTOR M. CUTTER, Tuck School '04, United Fruit Company, 131 State St., Boston, Mass. Secretary, GILBERT H. TAPLEY '16,
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ALUMNI NOTES
ASSOCIATIONS OF SECRETARIES
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FOUNDED IN 1905 President, DAVID N. BLAKELY '89. Secretary, EUGENE F. CLARK '01, Hanover, N. H Annual meeting in April, at Hanover
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ALUMNI NOTES
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 CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1901 President, DR. EDWARD A. HERR '06. Secretary, HENRY N. SANBORN '02, 965 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. DARTMOUTH CLUB OF BRIDGEPORT, CONN., FOUNDED IN 1923 President, DR.
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ALUMNI NOTES
MIDDLE EASTERN STATES
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District of Columbia WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1876 President, WARREN C. KENDALL '99. Secretary, EDWARD STAFFORD '11, Wilkins Building, 1512 H St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Annual Reunion in January. Maryland
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ALUMNI NOTES
SOUTHERN STATES
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SOUTHEASTERN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. FOUNDED IN 1920 President, WALTER B. ELCOCK '12. Secretary, LELAND S. BUIAIS '14, Congoleum Co., Forsyth Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Lunch, first and third Mondays of each month at the Ansley Hotel.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CENTRAL STATES
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Illinois CHICAGO ASSOCIATION, FOUNDED IN 1876 President, HENRY K. URIO.N '12. Secretary, BERTRAND C. WHEELER 11. 140 So. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill. Club luncheon, Monday of each week at 12.15, at the Hamilton Club,
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ALUMNI NOTES
WESTERN STATES
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lowa
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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 President, NATT W. EMERSON '00. Secretary, EUGENE F. CLARK '01, Hanover, N. H. New England States: Edward H. Trowbridge '81, 28 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. Lafayette R. Chamberlin, Esq. '05, 30 State
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS SECRETARIES
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'54 Mr. Leander M. Nute, 138 Pine Street, Portland, Me. '59 Judge Roger S. Green, 644 Merrimac St., Oakland, Cal. '61 Major E. D. Redington, 1905 Harris Trust Bldg., Chicago, Ill. '62 Luther W. Emerson, Esq., 206 Broadway,
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS PUBLICATIONS
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The Alumni Editor has received the following since the last issue of the MAGAZINE. Class of 1913: Ninth Annual Report; 106 pages.
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ALUMNI NOTES
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF CLEVELAND
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S.S. Larmon
Socially the Dartmouth Club of Cleveland was very much alive during the summer.
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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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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Dr. George H. Bridgman is about establishing a permanent home with his sister in Keene, N. H., at the old Bridgman mansion.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Ira A. Chase, who is in the active practice of law at Bristol, N. H., took a vacation the past summer in an automobile trip with Mrs. Chase through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
A regrettable mistake was made in this column in the November issue in noting the death of Mrs. A. O. Brown. The allusion to Mrs. Brown as a widow must have annoyed all who are familiar, as most of our readers are, with the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1879
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Henry Melville
Thomas W. Proctor was elected president of the Massachusetts Bar Association on November 10. The Boston Post of November 18 contained a two-column write-up of Mr. Proctor on the occasion of this election.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1891
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Frank E. Rowe
Eugene D. Burbank is now located at 42 East Carter Ave., Sierra Madre, Cal.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
Rev. Jason G. Miller is to supply the pulpit of the Harvard Congregational church, Dorchester, Mass., until July, 1924.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1894
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Rev. Charles C. Merrill
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sanford Martyn announce the marriage of their daughter Catherine to Mr. Louis Harrison Bradley on Wednesday the 24th of October, 1923, Brooklyn, N. Y.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1896
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Carl H. Richardson
The annual Harvard-Dartmouth football game was played October 27, 1923. This was the occasion for a round-up of those members of the class who could possibly attend at the University Club in Boston, immediately following the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1897
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Harry H. Blunt
Richard Boardman has a most interesting article on "Marriage—a Selective Process," in the November number of the Atlantic Monthly.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1898
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John R. Spring
The Twenty-Fifth Reunion of the class of '9B held at Hanover last June was the most successful in its history. In fact, it was so successful that it has taken the Secretary six months to prepare an adequate description of the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Kemeth Beal
Dr. Charles E. Cushman spent two weeks in the East the past summer, passing through Hanover on his way back In addition to his regular osteopathic practice, Cush is at present making a study of the electrotonic theory in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
The indoor round-up of the class of 1900 was held in the University Club the night before the Harvard game. After the regular speeches by the president and secretary, a matter of rather grave importance was brought to the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
The attendance of 1902 men at the Columbia-Dartmouth football game was not very large. Banning, Barnes, and Rice were on hand, and the Secretary saw Farr, Leahy, and Barnes at the smoker the night before the game.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Perley E. Whelden
We are printing the following excerpt from a letter from Bob Davis, Monbrison-Margaux (Gironde), without comment, but with the hope that some of the class will keep it in mind in planning their trips for the coming year. He
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fellows of New Britain, Conn., announce the birth of a son, William Scribner, born November 26, 1923.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1906
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Ralph Thompson
1906 has subscribed its full quota of $4,000 for the Memorial Field. This is gratifying, in view of the fact that some classes did not succeed in doing so. A timely contribution by Shorty Davis at the eleventh hour put us on
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R. Marsden
The class was well represented in Hanover at the Cornell game. Owing to the crowds it was impossible to check up all accurately, but the following were identified; Badger, Soule, Stearns, Rotch, Marsden, Dow, and Blanchard
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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[no value]
Whitney H. Eastman
Ink Taylor (M. C.) reports that he is still in the law game, practicing with the firm of Warner, Stackpole, and Bradlee, 84 State St., Boston.
4719181_19240101_000070.xml
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273,274
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The following letter from R. R. Larmon, executive assistant to the president, to Dick Paul,"may be of interest to those who made it possible for the Y.D. Band to be present at the Memorial Field exercises in November:
4719181_19240101_000071.xml
article
274
274,276
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1912
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[no value]
[no value]
Edward B. Luitwieler
Chet Haycock is a captain in the 23d Infantry, stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
4719181_19240101_000072.xml
article
276
276,278
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Warde Wilkins
Edmund A. Freeman has finished his library course at Albany, N. Y., and is now located in Washinton, D. C., as cataloguer in the library of the Bureau of Railway Economics, Transportation Building.
4719181_19240101_000073.xml
article
278
278,280,282,284
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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[no value]
[no value]
H. Clifford Bean
The questionnaires sent out to the class with the September issue of the Sixteener are still coming in to the Secretary slowly. It is significant that the large majority of our men who are out of this country have promptly
4719181_19240101_000074.xml
article
284
284,286
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Ralph Sanborn
Although some mention was made of the Cornell Trip in the last number of this MAGAZINE, further details concerning some of the men who were seen in Hanover might be of interest.
4719181_19240101_000075.xml
article
286
286,288
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1918
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[no value]
[no value]
Frederick W. Cassebeer
Joe McCune is now selling real estate in Columbus, Ohio. We have it on good authority that "half-pint Joe," as he was formerly known to his patrons in the erstwhile notorious Musgrove edifice, is now living in the fashionable
4719181_19240101_000076.xml
article
290
290
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1922 Class of 1921
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[no value]
[no value]
Robert W. Elsasser
A daughter was born in Duxbury, Mass., October 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Prince. Clarke Davis Bassett was married at Aberdeen, S. D., September 20, to Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Franklin Milligan.
4719181_19240101_000077.xml
article
288
288,290
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1920
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Allan M. Cate
The Cornell game was an attraction which brought more Twenty men back to Hanover than any event, with the exception of the Third, since 1920. Of the fact that the trip was well worth while there can be no doubt. The dedication
4719181_19240101_000078.xml
article
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290,292
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Secretary, Saxton's River, Vt.
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[no value]
[no value]
Francis H. Horan
Mr. and Mrs. Perley R. Bugbee of Hanover have announced the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Mary to Herbert Faulkner West.
4719181_19240101_000079.xml
article
292
292,294,297
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1923
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[no value]
[no value]
Louis Lewinsohn
The engagement of Wallis Eastburn Howe, jr., to Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pratt of New Bedford, Mass., has been announced.
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Afraid to face the facts?
Afraid to face the facts?
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4719181_19240101_000081.xml
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277
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Western Electric Company
Western Electric Company
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4719181_19240101_000082.xml
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279
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Mascoma Camps
Mascoma Camps
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4719181_19240101_000083.xml
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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4719181_19240101_000084.xml
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Albert Russell & Sons Co.
Albert Russell & Sons Co.
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4719181_19240101_000085.xml
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"THE NARROW GAUGE"
"THE NARROW GAUGE"
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4719181_19240101_000086.xml
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285
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H. P. Cummings Construction Company
H. P. Cummings Construction Company
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4719181_19240101_000087.xml
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285
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FRENCH AND HEALD COMPANY
FRENCH AND HEALD COMPANY
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4719181_19240101_000088.xml
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THE STORE FOR MEN
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4719181_19240101_000089.xml
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Haberdashery by Mail
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4719181_19240101_000090.xml
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The College Bookstore
The College Bookstore
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4719181_19240101_000091.xml
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THE CLARK SCHOOL
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ROGERS GARAGE
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WORCESTER ACADEMY
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4719181_19240101_000094.xml
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Rowe Construction Company
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4719181_19240101_000095.xml
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The Dartmouth Bookstore, Hanover, N. H.
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Larson & Wells
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TAILORS
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DUDLEY'S
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THE HANOVER INN
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4719181_19240101_000100.xml
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The Dartmouth Press
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4719181_19240101_000101.xml
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS
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4719181_19240101_000102.xml