Issue: 19240301

Saturday, March 1, 1924
587036
March
5
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XVI
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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C1,382,383,384,385,386,387
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The Dartmouth College
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Reprints are enriched by the issuance of a reproduction of an article by Professor Herbert Darling Foster on "Webster's Seventh of March Speech and the Secession Movement, 1850" which originally appeared in the American
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388,389,390,391,392,393,394,395,396
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DARTMOUTH IN THE SEVENTIES
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Samuel L. Powers '74
II
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397,398,399,400,401
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WHAT THE STUDENTS THINK ABOUT AND WHY
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Harry R. Weellman
Professor of Marketing in the Tuck School
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402,403
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A TRAIL MAP FOR THE TRAMPER
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Nathaniel L. Goodrich
The map of a few miles of the Outing Club trail reproduced herewith is the crude result of an experiment in doing a live thing in a defunct manner. The manner demands space, a large scale; and begs for color. None of these
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRINCETON GRADUATE ASKS SOME BU.RNING QUESTIONS
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Under the heading "Are College Men Duds?", Paul G. Tomlinson, Princeton '09, wrote in the Princeton Alumni Magazine recently as follows: A member of the Princeton faculty told us recently of a conversation he had with a banker
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COLLEGE NEWS
INFORMATION WANTED
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The Alumni Office is without definite information regarding the following graduates of the College who have been reported as deceased but the definite date and place of death is not known: Morrill, David Lawrence, '47 Last
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405,406
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COLLEGE NEWS
SENIORS ARE APPOINTED TO STUDY COLLEGE POLICY
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What is believed to be one of the most unusual experiments in recent educational investigations is the appointment announced by President Ernest Martin Hopkins, of a committee of undergraduates to study and inquire into
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406
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COLLEGE NEWS
CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT GIVES TEN NEW FELLOWSHIPS
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The Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has announced that fellowships in international law will be awarded for the academic year 1924-25.
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406,407
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COLLEGE NEWS
SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION OFFERS FELLOWSHIP
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The American-Scandinavian Foundation has announced that in April it will award to graduate students of American birth a number of traveling Fellowships for study in the Scandinavian countries during the academic year 1924-25.
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407
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COLLEGE NEWS
NATIONAL MATH ASSOCIATION HONORS PROFESSOR YOUNG
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Professor J. W. Young, chairman of the Department of Mathematics has been accorded high honor in recognition of his services as chairman of the National Committee on Mathematical Requirements in a resolution passed recently by
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407
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALSO FELLOWSHIPS IN BIOLOGICAL WORK
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The Graduate School of Yale University is announcing two Seesel Fellowships of the value of $1500 each for original research in Biological Studies at Yale, and four Bishop Museum Fellowships of the value of $1000 each for study
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407,408
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COLLEGE NEWS
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY UNION HAS NEW PARIS OFFICES
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The Bulletin of the American University Union, just issued, calls attention to the removal of the Paris office to more commodious quarters at 173 Boulevard St. Germain, where students and professors visiting France will receive
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408
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOURTEEN EX-SERVICE MEN ENROLLED AT DARTMOUTH
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An attempt was made in December to obtain the names of all men now in college who saw service during the recent war. Blanks were sent to 20 men who had informed the office of the secretary that they had been in service. Of
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408
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COLLEGE NEWS
FEW FAILURES ANNOUNCED AFTER MID-YEAR EXAM
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The scholastic "casualty list" announced by the offices of administration following the recent mid-year examinations, contains what is believed to be the smallest percentage of failures on record here. Only 46 men of the total
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408,409
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COLLEGE NEWS
NATIONAL COUNCIL OFFERS FELLOWSHIPS IN RELIGION
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The National Council of Schools of Religion has announced the establishment of The National Fellowships in Religion. For the year 1924-25, the sum of $20,000 a year is available.
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409
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COLLEGE NEWS
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY OFFERS FELLOWSHIP
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Ten Fellowships of $500 each, and 16 scholarships of $140 each have been recently es- tablished for the year of 1924-25 by Syracuse University for the promotion of graduate study and research work.
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COLLEGE NEWS
OFFERS FELLOWSHIP FOR SCIENCE RESEARCH WORK
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Fellowships to the amount of $5000 for work in electricity, physics, and physical chemistry will be awarded by the Charles A. Coffin Foundation established by the General Electric Company according to an announcement received
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409
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COLLEGE NEWS
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAINS IN ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP
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Four Dartmouth men in various sections of the country have yielded almost simultaneously to the lure of Southern California, and have just allied themselves. with the Southern California Alumni Association of Dartmouth College.
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409,410
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOUR WEBSTER AVENUE LOTS OPENED TO FRATERNITIES
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In accordance with the previous action of the board of trustees making available for fraternity purposes the land on the south side of Webster avenue and west of the junction of Webster avenue and Tuck Drive, the executive
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE RECEIVES DIPLOMA OF MEMBER OF 1775 CLASS
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The diploma of Samuel Collins, a graduate of Dartmouth of the 1775, has been returned to the college as a gift by Dr. J. N. Jenne of Burlington, Vt. Samuel Collins was born in Lebanon, Conn., in 1747, and died at Craftsbury,
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410
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH TO GET $10,000 BY WILL OF MRS. HUBBARD
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Dartmouth College will receive $10,000 in trust for a memorial to Oliver P. Hubbard, professor in the college from 1836 to 1883, and his son, Grosvenor, class of '62, by the will of Mrs. Henrietta W. Hubbard, offered in probate
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410
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COLLEGE NEWS
BRYAN'S TALK INCREASES INTEREST IN EVOLUTION
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The laugh is on Mr. Bryan," according to E. Gordon Bill, dean of freshmen, who announced that following William Jennings Bryan's violent denunciation of the evolutionary theory in an address before the Dartmouth student body
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOTES
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"The Coal Industry—A Plan for its Stabilization" was the subject of an address delivered in Dartmouth Hall, January 21, by Dr. Edward T. Devine, former editor of TheSurvey.
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412,413,414,415
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Adams, W. A., Professor of German.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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David Lambuth
"Thrifty Stock and Other Stories", Ben Ames Williams '10. E. P. Dutton and Co., New York.
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417,418
Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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David Lambuth
"Japanese Poetry, an Historical Essay, with Translations", Curtis Hidden Page, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Mass.
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419,420,421
Sports
ATHLETICS
BASKETBALL
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Dartmouth 21 Columbia 20
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421
Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
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At Princeton, January 19, the Freshman basketball team met its first defeat of the season when Princeton outscored the Hanover boys 33 to 28. The game was close at all times both teams displaying a fast passing attack and
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422
Sports
ATHLETICS
HOCKEY
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Though hampered by lack of opportunity for practice the Dartmouth hockey team won a fast 2 to 1 game from the strong St. Nicholas Club, of New York, at the Boston Arena, January 19. Dartmouth opened the scoring in the second
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422,423
Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN HOCKEY
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The Dartmouth Freshman hockey team playing in its first game of the season was defeated 3 to 2 by the Colby Academy team, in Hanover, January 19. The work of the freshman team centered around the fast skating and accurate
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423
Sports
ATHLETICS
WINTER SPORTS
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Dartmouth this year maintained its supremacy in winter sports winning the events of the Dartmouth Outing Club's fourteenth annual Winter Carnival by a total score of 34½ points to McGill's 15, with New Hampshire University
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Sports
ATHLETICS
SWIMMING
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Boston University swimmers offered little opposition to the Dartmouth swimming team in a meet in the Spaulding Pool, January 19, which Dartmouth won by a score of 45 to 5. Dartmouth swimmers captured every first and second place
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424,425
Sports
ATHLETICS
TRACK
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Dartmouth track men did well in the annual indoor meet of the Boston Athletic Association in Boston, February 2, when wearers of the Green placed in the mile run and the pole vault and the varsity two-mile and freshman one-mile
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FENCING
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Starting on its season's schedule the Dartmouth fencing team vanquished the swordsmen of Norwich University by a 11 to 3 score at Hanover, February 13. The Hanover team showed unusual proficiency with the foils, winning all of
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Sports
ATHLETICS
GYMNASIUM TEAM WINS MEET FROM M. I. T
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First places by R. L. McCollum '24, A. S. Pearl '24, and F. F. Kortlucke '27 assisted Dartmouth in winning a gymnasium meet from M.I.T., Feb. 16. McCollum won the side horse event, Pearl won on the horizontal bar and the
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Sports
ATHLETICS
ASCHENBACH TO ASSIST AS FOOTBALL COACH
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Cyril G. Aschenbach '23, captain of the 1923 football team, has been appointed assistant coach of the varsity football squad by the Athletic Council, and will have complete charge of the winter and spring practice sessions.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
HENNESSY '23 WINS TITLE AT N. E. SKATING CARNIVAL
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Capturing four first places and amassing a total of 140 points James J. Hennessy '23, a student in the Medical School, for the third time won the amateur speed skating championship of New England in the meet held at Dorr's
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ATHLETICS
SCHUSTER '27 RANKS 7th IN JUNIOR TENNIS SINGLES
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Carl Schuster '27 has been ranked seventh in the junior singles by the National Lawn Tennis Association. George Lott of Chicago, ranks first. Schuster, who graduated from the Horace Mann School in New York City, ranks seventh in
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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The most crowded, trying period of the year passed with the sounding of taps for first semester final examinations, rushing season and Winter Carnival—and Hanover has settled down to its annual lethargic period from
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ALUMNI NOTES
BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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Dale Barker
The annual meeting, of the Alumni Association of Boston and vicinity was held in Symphony Hall on Thursday evening, January 24, and was attended by about six hundred alumni.
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ALUMNI NOTES
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF M.I.T.
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Reginald B. Miner
On January 22 the Dartmouth Club of M.I.T. held its first meeting of the year, and elected the following officers: Sheldon T. Hare '22, president, and R. B. Miner '21, secretary-treasurer. There were ten members present out of
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ALUMNI NOTES
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO
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Warren D. Bruner
The Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago held its annual banquet at the Congress Hotel, Monday, January 28. Over one hundred men attended. Particularly noticeable was the large percentage of older men. This was taken as
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434
Article
ALUMNI NOTES
THAYER SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS
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F. H. Munkelt
The twentieth annual meeting of the Thayer Society was held at New York on January 15th. Forty six members and guests were in attendance. The. secretary's report showed the Society to be in a flourishing condition, with 407
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434,435,436,437,438,439,440
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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Article
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HONORARY
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In 1917 the College conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws upon Lord Shaughnessy, then president of the Canadian Pacific Railway. He died suddenly of heart disease at his home in Montreal on the evening of December 10,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1873
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Samuel W. Adriance
The Boston Globe of January 21 prints an interview with Nathaniel W. Ladd, the occasion of the interview being the fact that Mr.
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441
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Charles A. Rich spent last winter traveling in northern Africa, part of the time with a caravan of ten camels, and part of the time sketching the old Roman remains back from the coast and in Tunis and ancient Carthage. Dr.
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441
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
At a reunion of the class of '76 in Boston, January 26, George H. Tripp, New Bedford Public Library, was elected president of the class to take the place left vacant by the death of H. D. Ryder, and Frank P. Hill of the Brooklyn
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441,442
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1877
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John M. Comstock
Charles H. Cooper completed twenty-five years of work as president of the State Teachers College at Mankato, Minn., at the end of December, and says he is "headed for another twenty-five."
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Edwin W. Sanborn, who was unable to attend the reunion last June on account of ill health, has so far regained his strength that he has resumed his literary labors, and is now at work on a volume on. fishes which G. P. Putnam's
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1879
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Henry Melville
The following recently appeared in the Daily Dartmouth: DARTMOUTH RECEIVES $5000 IN NAME OF CLASS OF 1879. A gift of $5000. to be applied for the making of a better understanding and a deeper appreciation of the fine arts,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1886
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William M. Hatch
At Manchester, N. H., on the evening of December 11, Arthur P. Hale presided at the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Association of that city, of which he is president. His classmate, Judge Snow, was a special guest.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1895
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Ernest S. Gile
Natt Dodge, son of the late Frank P. Dodge and Florence H. Dodge, of North 12th St., Boulder, Colo., graduates from the Colorado Agricultural College at Fort Collins next June. He is now president of the student body. Last year
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443
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1898
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John R. Spring
Announcement has recently been made that Walter S. Adams of the Wilson Observatory has been awarded the Valz medal by the Paris Academy of Sciences, for the most valuable contribution to astronomy during the past year. This is
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443,444
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Kenneth Beal
On January 1, Judge Owen A. Hoban of Gardner, Mass., entered into legal partnership with Henry P. Herr, Esq., of Athol, with offices in both places.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt IV. Emerson
The Miami, Fla., Herald, which is sent regularly to the Secretary, contains in about every other number some details of Henry Teague's prowess. The last issue describes a fishing expedition which he took recently with some of
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article
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446,448
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Charley Kimball recently visited his classmates in Boston, stopping over on his way back from Montreal. It is the first time that we know of its happening, but he apparently brought no tangible evidence of his visit to Montreal.
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article
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448
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
Augustus N. Parry has resigned as sales manager of the Queensboro Corporation, and is now associated with Mr. F. G. Randall in the general real estate business. His office is located at 36 Twenty-fifth St., Jackson Heights.
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Perley E. Whelden
1904 is still helping 1903 to make history. We refer to the fact that Dr. D. L. Jackson '04, now a leading obstetrical expert in Boston, was present at the birth of the class twins, Ann Gray Howes and Andrew Newell Howes, born
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R
Larry Treadway played host to the Dartmouth Club of Berkshire County on January S. About twenty-five alumni and undergraduates were his guests at Williamstown Inn. The party also included Dean Bill and Professor Proctor of
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450
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1909
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Joseph W. Worthen
John R. Childs is now with R. R. Donelly and Sons Company, 731 Plymouth Court, Chicago.
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450,452
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
The following names are now on the inactive list. Mail addressed to them at their last known address is returned. A reward is offered for locating any one of these classmates, and a more generous reward if you are able to
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article
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452,454
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Ray and Cora Taylor have at last found the one spot on earth that seems to satisfy. They are now in Calistoga, California, R. F. D. I. lam giving you Ray's letter, knowing that the news will be of interest: "We can neither
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Delayed news gives information as to why Russ Carr was not at Hanover last June. Barbara Gratz Carr arrived at the Carr home at 20 Gramercy Park, New York city, on June 12, ,1923. Russ married Miss Marion H. Gratz on June 26,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1914
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Clyfton Chandler
(The following are from Herbert S. Austin.)
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1915
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Leo M. Folan
The third monthly dinner of the New York alumni was held at 4 East 49th St., Thursday evening, January 24. Plans for the next dinner to be held at the time of the regular alumni dinner the 19th of February were discussed by
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
In response to Jesse Fenno's request the boys are banging the pill down the fairway in good shape. Returns to date indicate a more general appreciation than ever before of the merit of the Alumni Fund and the necessity for its
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
By the time the Class Secretary is able to send out a card to announce an offspring, he will have a pretty good idea of what he wants in the way of a card to announce that birth. Just the other day he received still another
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article
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1922
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Frank H. Horan
Dick Wood is in a Harvard graduate course, trying to pick off an extra degree. 13 Mellen St., Cambridge.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1923
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Louis Lewinsohn
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"AT THIS POINT my advancement seemed to stop"
"AT THIS POINT my advancement seemed to stop"
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Western Electric Company
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4719181_19240301_000073.xml
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Mascoma Camps
Mascoma Camps
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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COLGATE'S
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Albert Russell & Sons Co.
Albert Russell & Sons Co.
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Dwight P. Robinson & Company
Dwight P. Robinson & Company
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"THE NARROW GAUGE"
"THE NARROW GAUGE"
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H. P. Cummings Construction Company
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FRENCH and HEALD COMPANY
FRENCH and HEALD COMPANY
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THE STORE FOR MEN
THE STORE FOR MEN
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Haberdashery by Mail
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE REPRINTS
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THE CLARK SCHOOL
THE CLARK SCHOOL
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ROGERS GARAGE
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WORCESTER ACADEMY
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4719181_19240301_000087.xml
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The College Bookstore
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4719181_19240301_000088.xml
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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4719181_19240301_000089.xml
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R. S. V. P.
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The Dartmouth Bookstore, Hanover, N. H.
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Larson & CHclls
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G. S. CLEMENT & GO.
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When You Left
When You Left
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4719181_19240301_000094.xml
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Camp Wallula
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4719181_19240301_000095.xml
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The Dartmouth Press
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4719181_19240301_000096.xml
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LEDYARD BRIDGE AT SUNSET
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The Dartmouth Press
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4719181_19240301_000098.xml
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