Issue: 19240201

Friday, February 1, 1924
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February
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Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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for intensive collections to replenish the alumni fund, it is desirable that the system which Dartmouth employs for supplying money to pay its current bills be recognized as an established factor in the alumni life. Opinions
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DARTMOUTH IN THE SEVENTIES
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Samuel L. Powers '74
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HARRY HARMON BLUNT
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Thomas Dreier
When Harry H. Blunt passed away suddenly, Saturday, December 29, Dartmouth lost a trustee who, in the words of one of his college friends, "lived and thought and talked, in public and in private, on plans of future development,
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DARTMOUTH JOTTINGS OF A SOMEWHAT DESULTORY READER
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Fred Lewis Pattee '88
Professor of English, Pennsylvania State College
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE CHICAGO POW WOW
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Make your Pow Wow reservations now.Write or wire for hotel and railroad accommodations to General Chairman Nathaniel E.Leverone, Parkway Hotel, Chicago, Ill. Thesmoothness of arrangements depends uponyour prompt action. Get at it today.
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COLLEGE ATTITUDE PRAISED IN SPRINGFIELD EDITORIAL
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Under the title, "Dartmouth's Courage of Tolerance," the Springfield Morning Union of November 14, published an editorial on the policy of Dartmouth administrative officials in allowing within the college the presentment of
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COLLEGE NEWS
"JIM" HAGGE.RTY, '93—'24 DIED JANUARY 10
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James B. Haggerty, known to thousands of Dartmouth alumni throughout the country, died of pneumonia recently at the home of his brother-in-law, Frank J. Bowen of Hopedale, Mass. He is survived by three sisters.
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MANCHESTER EDITORIAL PRAISES LATE DOCTOR C. P. BANCROFT
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Dr. Charles Parker Bancroft, until his sud den death last month, consultant in mental hygiene, at Dartmouth, was the subject of an appreciative editorial in a recent issue of TheManchester Union, which the ALUMNI MAGAZINE herewith
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THE VANISHED PUMPS OF YESTERDAY
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With this issue the editor of this section of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE takes a long and reverential backward glance to a dear departed past and announces, in accents weak and quavering, the opening in Hanover of another tea room.
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RESCUE ON MT. MOOSELAUKEE BY OUTING CLUB OFFICIAL
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During the Christmas vacation R. E. Miller '24, vice-president of the Outing Club, was one of the principals in a rescue on Mt. Mooselaukee that but for his opportune arrival must have had the most serious consequences. In
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PRESIDENT HOPKINS LEADS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE POLL
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In a unique poll being conducted by TheGranite Monthly to determine popular opinion as to the five leading persons in the life and thought of New Hampshire, President Ernest M. Hopkins, of Dartmouth, was recently reported as having
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DARTMOUTH PROFESSORS GIVE EXTENSION LECTURE COURSES
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Two extension courses of lectures are being given this year by the Department of English, one in Barre, and one in Brattleboro. Since the success of the original course in Brattleboro a year ago the demand for these lectures
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHICAGO TRUST COMPANY TO AWARD PRIZES
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Prizes for research relating to Business Development and the Modern Trust company will be awarded by the Chicago Trust company according to an announcement made by the company's committee of award. One Triennial Research prize
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COLLEGE NEWS
THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS DISCUSS WORLD'S AILMENTS
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The Ninth Quadrennial Convention of the Student Volunteer Movement, held at Indianapolis, December 28 to January 1, registered a total attendance of 6,560, including 5,383 students, of whom 4,891 were white delegates, 124
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MUSICAL SEASON OFFERS MANY ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMS
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Hanover's musical season has been featured thus far by two important concerts, that of the Community Symphony Orchestra, December 16, and the recital by Reinald Werrenrath, baritone, January 15.
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DR. ARTHUR RUGGLES '02 MENTAL HYGIENE CONSULTANT
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Dr. Arthur H. Ruggles '02, superintendent of the Butler hospital, Providence, R. I., will shortly take up tha work of the late Dr. Bancroft as Consultant in Mental Hygiene in connection with the office of Personnel Director R.
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NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OFFERING FELLOWSHIPS
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National Research Fellowships in the Biological Science, Zoology, Botany, Anthropology and Psychology are offered by the National Research Council, Washington, D. C. These fellowships are supported by the Rockefeller Foundation
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PROFESSOR FOSTER'S ARTICLE APPEARS AS COLLEGE REPRINT
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Dartmouth College Reprint Number Five has just appeared, being an article by Professor H. D. Foster entitled 'Webster's Seventh of March Speech and the Secession Movement, 1850.". The article is provided with a foreword by
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WORKS OF HOVEY '85 EXHIBITED AT LIBRARY
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Several parts of the original manuscript "Along the Trail," a group of poems about Dartmouth, written by Richard Hovey '85, have been on exhibition in the showcase on the first floor of the College Library.
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COLLEGE NEWS
THORNTON HALL TO BE USED FOR CLASSROOMS
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Many new offices and fireproof construction throughout will be the main features of the remodelled Thornton Hall, on which extensive repairs have recently been started. The building is being completely gutted in order to put
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DARTMOUTH RECEIVES $5,000 IN NAME OF CLASS OF 1879
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A gift of $500, to be applied in general for the making of a better understanding and a deeper appreciation of the fine arts, has been received by Dartmouth College and recorded in the name of the class of 1879. The fund will be
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OLD COLLEGE DIPLOMA RECEIVED
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Through the generosity of Matt B. Jones '94, the College has received a diploma for the Bachelor of Arts degree granted to Tilton Eastman of the class of 1796 during the presidency of John Wheelock. Mr. Eastman was a native of
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SECRETARIES' MEETING, APR. 25, 26
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The annual meeting of the Secretaries' Association has been called for Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26. On this occasion the secretaries will come to Hanover as the guests of the College. A program of unusual interest is
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THAYER SCHOOL RECEIVES $10,000 FOR SCHOLARSHIP
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Under the bequest made by the will of Miss Josie A. Davis providing a scholarship fund for students taking the Thayer School course, the first payment of $10,000 has been received. Miss Davis is a former resident of Nashua, N.
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CORRECTION
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In the department entitled "Who's Who in the Faculty" for the January number of the MAGAZINE the statement was made that Professor Hillman served as first lieutenant in the Sanitary Corps during the war. This was incorrect, his
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Professor G. C. Wood of the Department of Romance-Language spoke January 17 at a meeting of The Arts, on "Italian Literature."
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Grier, Norman McDowell, Assistant Professor of Evolution. Born, Pittsburgh, Pa., June 13, 1887.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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E. W. Butterfield '97 is the of "Rural Depopulation in New Hampshire in The Granite Monthly for December.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
American Trade Unionism
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E. B. W.
George M. Janes, Ph.D. '01, Chicago, A. C. McClurg & Co.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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Japanese Poetry" by former Professor Curtis Hidden Page, has been published by Houghton Mifflin & Co., in an edition limited to one thousand copies. This book will be reviewed in a future issue of the MAGAZINE.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
ATHLETIC COUNCIL ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE MAKING RESULTS
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As a result of its deliberations during the annual schedule-making season the Athletic Council announced recently complete programs for the baseball and track teams and for the 1924 freshman football team.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BASKETBALL
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Following the season's opening in Hanover with games against Clarkson and Norwich, the Dartmouth basketball team, under coaches Zahn and Cullen, departed on the annual Christmas conditioning trip begun with a contest in
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ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
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The freshman basketball team opened its season in Hanover, December 16, by scoring an overwhelming victory over the five of Kimball Union Academy. Picken, appointed acting captain of the freshmen by Coach Zahn, was the
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ATHLETICS
HOCKEY
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Seldom, if ever, has a Dartmouth hockey team encountered a more discouraging season than the present one. With excellent material and an excellent coach providing every, prospect for one of the greatest Dartmouth hockey teams
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ATHLETICS
DARTMOUTH SNOW TEAM WINS AT LAKE PLACID
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Dartmouth led a field of nine colleges in a contest for the President Harding winter sports trophy, held at Lake Placid, N. Y., December 31 and January 1 under the auspices of the Snowbird Club. Dartmouth scored 26 points,
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ATHLETICS
STRAIGHT "D" GIVEN SKIERS WHO PLACE FIRST IN MEETS
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Men placing first in the ski cross-country race and the ski jumping contest, in the meet with McGill at Montreal or in the Carnival meet here will be allowed to wear a straight ski team "D," according to a vote recently passed
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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No sooner had the special trains returning to Hanover after the holidays received their passengers than subjects for discussion became the imminence of final examinations, rushing season and carnival. In an incredibly short
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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B. C. Wheeler
On December 17 over 100 Dartmouth alumni of Chicago and vicinity gathered at the University Club for an informal dinner and smoker in honor of our coach, Jesse Hawley. He had more than lived up to our expectations of him when he
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ALUMNI NOTES
CHESHIRE COUNTY DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION
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The thirteenth annual meeting of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Association was held at the Hotel Ellis, Keene, December 26, 1923. In the absence of President Nathaniel Leverone '06, John W. Prentiss '2O presided at the
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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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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1844
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The death recently occurred at Live Oak, Florida, of Augusta Maria (Rice), widow of Rev. Dr. Alvah Hovey, for many years at the head of Newton Theological Seminary.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1883
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Alfred E. Watson
Rev. Franklin G. Webster has removed from Lysander to Redfield, N. Y., and has become pastor of the Congregational church at the latter place.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
Dr. Perry S. Boynton has been recently appointed visiting surgeon to the Harlem Hiospital, which is one of the "Allied Hospitals" of the Bellevue and Allied Hospitals group in New York city.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
There has been issued from the Government Printing Office, at Washington a pamphlet containing a reprint from the United States Naval Medical Bulletin of an article by James H. Stevens, M. D., of Boston, on "Compression
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Kenneth Beal
Dr. Everett V. Hardwick has removed his office from 430 Marlboro St., Boston, to his ■new home at 168 Mt. Vernon St., Dedham. Here he will in the future do work only in consulting and operating. Of this new home he says : "Our
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Clarence G. McDavitt has been made assistant vice-president of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. It does not mean any change in his duties, but official recognition of the position which he has so ably held for
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
Announcement has just been made of the election of J. Frank Drake as president of the Standard Steel Car Company and the following affiliated companies: Baltimore Car & Foundry Company; Middletown Car Company; Societe Anonyme
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Parley E. Whelden
We received some very thoughtful cards from one and another of our classmates over the holiday season, and wish to thank you one and all for "them kind words." One called this column "hot stuff"; another wrote, "It's a peach."
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
$1000 REWARD PEARL NECKLACE
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Positively no questions asked. Lost on Saturday, Nov. 24, probably in the shopping district. Return to ALLEN B. FARMER, 120 Tremont St., Boston. Tel. Main 2161.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1904
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Harry B. Johnson
Wayne Perkins' address is 3112 Montgomery Way, Sacramento, Cal.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1905
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Fletcher Hale, Laconia, N. H.
During the past year the class has lost two members through death, Daniel N. Gage, whose obituary appeared in the December number of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE, and Cecil Archibald, who is noticed in the Necrology of this number.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1906
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Ralph Thompson
1906 men are particularly interested in the big Dartmouth Pow-Wow to be held in Chicago on February 23 and 24, as Nat Leverone is at the helm as chairman of the general committee and Walter Dakin on the committee of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R.
On December first W. D. Knight and Miss Lela M. Clark were married at Madison, S. D. They will make their home in Rockford, Ill.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1909
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Joseph W. Wort hen
The Dick Lords entertained about forty Naught Niners and their wives in their house at Melrose on December 16. It was a gay party given in Dick's and Mrs. Dick's best style. With due respect to President Bankhart's manipulation
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
A very interesting bulletin has been received by the Secretary describing some negro settlement work being done in the South by Allen B. Doggett, Jr. This work comprises the entire October Bulletin issued by the Hampton Normal
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The next event of interest to the class of 1911 is the Dartmouth Alumni Pow-Wow .to be held at Chicago, February 22 and 23. As one of the main attractions of this Pow-Wow there is to be a 1911 reunion, which Bert Wheeler, Warren
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1912
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Edward B. Luitwieler
You fellows surely have come through in fine shape on the letter recently sent out. An attempt was made to bring the records of the class up to date and to correct our addressograph list. Some who have not been heard from for a
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Every one is urged to fill out the blank sent with the Reunion Report and return it at once to the Secretary. Filling out the answers completely will materially lessen the work of the Secretary.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1914
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Clyfton Chandler
George Briggs flagged the announcement of Tuck's wedding in one of the metropolitan journals, and forwards it for the benefit of the rest of us. Mrs. Ambrose A. Wetmore of New York and Capt. Alexander John Marshall Tuck of New
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1915
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Leo M. Folan
On Wednesday evening, November 28, the first regular evening gathering of the New York alumni took place at the Harvard Law Club, 4 East 49th St. The following men were present: "Kelly" Rose, R. B. Fredericks, Harold Smith,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
In response to a very general request contained in the returned class questionnaires for the appointment of district agents to establish and maintain a closer personal touch between the class organization and the individual members
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
Not long ago word was received from bruce Ludgate, which had a very pathetic appeal. It seems that in the pursuit of his labors he is driven into several southern states which are quite strange to him. He hankers for
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1918
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Frederick W. Cassebeer
At a tea held at their home in Newton Center on December first Mr. and Mrs. William Gage Snow announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Bradlee Snow, to Horton Lloyd Chandler '18, son of Postmaster and Mrs.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1923
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Louis Lewinsohn
As Dan Webster was wont to declaim: "A college which has scattered over the face of the United States its students whose morning heartbeat rising with the dawn and following the sun spans the country with a constant and
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Dwight P. Robinson & Company
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"THE NARROW GAUGE"
"THE NARROW GAUGE"
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H. P. Cummings Construction Company
H. P. Cummings Construction Company
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4719181_19240201_000075.xml
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FRENCH and HEALD COMPANY
FRENCH and HEALD COMPANY
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4719181_19240201_000076.xml
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JORDAN MARSH COMPANY
JORDAN MARSH COMPANY
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4719181_19240201_000077.xml
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Haberdashery by Mail
Haberdashery by Mail
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4719181_19240201_000078.xml
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The College Bookstore
The College Bookstore
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4719181_19240201_000079.xml
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SUMMER AND WINTER SESSIONS
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4719181_19240201_000080.xml
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S. C. ROGERS
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4719181_19240201_000081.xml
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WORCESTER ACADEMY
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HORACE PARTRIDGE CO.
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The Dartmouth Bookstore, Hanover, N. H.
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Larson & Wells
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4719181_19240201_000085.xml
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C. S. CLEMENT & GO.
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DUDLEY'S
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4719181_19240201_000087.xml
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THE HANOVER INN
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4719181_19240201_000088.xml
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The Dartmouth Press
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4719181_19240201_000089.xml