Issue: 19240501

Thursday, May 1, 1924
587038
May
07
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XVI
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
6/15/2016 3:01:10 PM

Articles
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Masthead
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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In the death of Richard W. Husband
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Director of Personnel Research, the College and the community lose an outstanding figure and a man whose place it will be most difficult to fill. To Dartmouth he gave the best years of his life, contributing vitally both in
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575,576,577,578,579,580
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DARTMOUTH IN THE SEVENTIES III
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Samuel L. Powers '74
Living conditions at Hanover in the seventies were very similar to those in other college communties during those years. It was before the advent of the telephone, the electric light, the automobile, and those other discoveries
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PROFESSOR RICHARD WELLINGTON HUSBAND
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Charles Darwin Adams
Lazurence Professor of the Greek Language and Literature
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586,587,588,589,590,591,592,593,594
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THIRTY YEARS OF ALUMNI REPRESENTATION ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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James Fairbanks Colby '72
The Alumni of Dartmouth College were admitted by the Trustees to participate in its government in 1891. They have exercised that privilege during the intervening years, subject only to the regulations prescribed by the General
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595,596
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COLLEGE NEWS
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS DISCUSSES "SELECTED FAILURES"
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In an article in The Dartmouth entitled "Some Selected Failures", Dean E. Gordon Bill, Director of Admissions, revealed some interesting information in regard to men failing their cpllege work and in regard to the reasons why a
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596,597
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COLLEGE NEWS
GEORGE L. KIBBEE WRITES APPRECIATION OF PROF. HUSBAND
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The following editorial by George L. Kibbee '19 (Hon.) of The Manchester Union, in appreciation of the late Richard W. Husband, Director of Personnel Research, at Dartmouth, will be of interest not only to the many alumni who
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597,598
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COLLEGE NEWS
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT INSISTS ON STRICT REQUIREMENTS
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In answer to the complaint frequently made by members of the faculty that many undergraduates by gross mistakes of grammar and spelling in examination papers indicate either great carelessness or lack of knowledge of English,
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598,599
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COLLEGE NEWS
TUCK AND THAYER MEN GRADUATED APRIL 18
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Twenty-nine. graduates of the Tuck School received their degrees at the commencement exercises held in the faculty room of the Administration Building, April 18.
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599
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COLLEGE NEWS
GENERAL CATALOGUE PUBLISHED FOR PHI BETA KAPPA
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Alumni may be interested in the Phi Beta Kappa General Catalogue, 1766-1922, recently issued by Dr. Oscar M. Voorhees, Rutgers '88, who edited the volume.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY PASSES TWO IMPORTANT RULINGS
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By a vote of the faculty at their March meeting no student henceforth may satisfy a three-hour Dartmouth course by passing any two-hour subject in summer school. The faculty also voted to allow undergraduates to drop one of.
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600
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COLLEGE NEWS
R. H. RHODES '18 PRESENTED TO BRITISH KING AT COURT
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Russell H. Rhodes '18, American Vice Consul at London, England, was presented to His Majesty King George V at the Levee at St. James' Palace, by His Excellency, The American Ambassador, Hon. Frank B. Kellogg, March 18, 1924.
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COLLEGE NEWS
HAVERHILL HIGH WINS SCHOLARSHIP PLAQUE
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The Dartmouth Plaque annually awarded to that school whose delegation to the freshman class obtains the highest standing during the first semester, has been won this year by the high school of Haverhill, Massachusetts. The
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COLLEGE NEWS
ASTRONOMERS WILL MEET IN HANOVER THIS SUMMER
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The American Astronomical Society will hold its annual meeting in Hanover this summer and prominent astronomers from all over this country and Canada, as well as members of the British Association for the Advancement of
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COLLEGE NEWS
EDUCATIONAL POLICY HEAD INVESTIGATES IN EUROPE
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prof. L. B. Richardson of the Chemistry pepartment and N. L. Goodrich, college librarian, sailed for Europe March 23 on the steamship Ausonia, to be gone until some time in July. Professor Richardson, who is chairman of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI ARE APPROACHED FOR LOUVAIN CONTRIBUTIONS
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College alumni are being urged to contribute to the fund for the reconstruction of the Library of Louvain University now being raised by American schools, colleges, and universities. The offer to reconstruct the library
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601,602
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COLLEGE NEWS
ENGINEERING FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR GRADUATES
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Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio, has announced the offer of five Fellowships, earning an allowance of S6OO each, to graduates of colleges who wish to pursue engineering work. Out of this allowance the Fellow
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COLLEGE NEWS
U. OF DENVER OFFERS $800 FOR BUSINESS FELLOWSHIP
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A fellowshp of $800 for graduate study in business is offered by the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance of the University of Denver. The university is well equipped to offer higher training in business, and was one of the
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602
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHICAGO BANK WILL OPEN BUSINESS ESSAY CONTEST
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Announcements have been received at the office of the president of the prize offer for 1923-24 and the triennial prize offer for 1925 to be awarded by the Chicago Trust Company for research relating to the subject of "Business
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602
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOTED ASTRONOMER LECTURES TO HANOVER AUDIENCES
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Professor C. V. L. Charlier, of Lund University, Sweden, one of the most distinguished of European astronomers, delivered a series of lectures in Hanover recently under the auspices of the Department of Astronomy. Professor
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602
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF LOWELL FOUNDED
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A new Dartmouth club for alumni in Lowell and vicinity was founded last December. Its first president is Robert F. Marden '98 and the secretary, Raymond W. Sherburne '08. The first meeting of the Club, at which President
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602
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOMINATING COMMITTEE APPOINTED
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A. M. Lyon '94
E. F. Clark '01
S. S. Larmon '14
The president of the Alumni Association, Mr. Matt B. Jones '94, has appointed the following committee to bring in nominations for Alumni Association officers at the next annual meeting.
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602
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COLLEGE NEWS
INDEX FOR VOL. XV
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The index for Volume XV of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is now available and will be gladly furnished to any subscriber. Please address the Business Manager.
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602,603
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOTES
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Dean Craven Laycock and Professor F. P. Emery of the Department of English addressed the final senor class smoker held in the Trophy Room of Alumni Gymnasium, April 21.
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Diettrich, Anthony, Assistant Professor of Physical Education.
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Letters to the Editor
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS
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RECOLLECTIONS OF DR. LEEDS
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
The Principles of Sociology
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John M. Mecklin
By FREDERICK A. BUSHEE '94. Henry Holt and Company, N. Y. 1923. Pp. XIII, 577.
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608,609
Books
PUBLICATIONS
The Winning of the Far East
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W. H. Wood
SIDNEY L. GULICK: '83. George H. Doran Co. New York.
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609,610
Books
PUBLICATIONS
Faculty Publications
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"Uncovering a Varied Market and Covering It" by Mr. Albert W. Frey has been published as a loose leaf pamphlet of 38 pages by the Vermont Allied Dailies. This investigation by Mr. Frey was undertaken at the invitation of a
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611,612
Sports
ATHLETICS
BASEBALL
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Winning- four out of seven games, the Dartmouth baseball team opened the 1924 season in Georgia where Coach Tesreau had taken a squad of 14 men on the annual spring training trip. Previous to their appearance in Atlanta the
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612,613
Sports
ATHLETICS
COLLEGE IMPROVES FACILITIES OF ATHLETIC COUNCIL AT GYM
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Greater operating efficiency for the Athletic Council and better entertainment facilities for visiting and officials are promised by alterations in Alumni Gymnasium.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
WOMEN SWIMMERS APPEAR IN SPAULDING POOL
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Every available square inch of space in the Spaulding Pool was packed April 12 when a group of swimmers of the United States Women's Olympic Swimming Team took part ni an exhibition meet. Foremost among the visiting swimmers
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Sports
ATHLETICS
OUTING CLUB GIVES LETTERS TO TWELVE MEN FOR SKIING
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Ten men were awarded the insignia of the Dartmouth Ski team and two straight 'D's" were given for their work in the season of 1923-1924. T. D. Frost '25, and A. W. Edson '25 are the members of the team who will receive straight
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Sports
ATHLETICS
SWIMMING TEAM MEMBERS CHOOSE ALGAR '26 CAPTAIN
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George E. Algar '26 was elected captain of the var-sity swimming team for next year at a meeting of the letter men held recently. Algar has been a member of the swimming team for the past two seasons, swimming in the backstroke
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613
Sports
ATHLETICS
ATHLETIC COUNCIL ANNOUNCES TWO MINOR SPORTS INSIGNIA
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The Athletic Council has awarded insignia for the gymnasium and fencing teams, and 1927 basketball.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
T. D. FROST '25 WILL LEAD GREEN SKI TEAM IN 1925
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T. D. Frost '25 was elected captain . of next year's ski team at a banquet of the squad held at Me! Adams Cabin. Frost has been on the ski squad for three years and is a member of the Chi Phi fraternity and the Sphinx Senior
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615,616,617,618,619
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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F. L. Janeway
Spring recess was a glorious holiday. And the morning College reopened was a tj-pical "morning after,"—judging from the listlessness and the resigned attitude of the group which about half-filled Rollins Chapel for the regular
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ALUMNI NOTES
CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION
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L. I. Corliss
At the annual meeting of the Connecticut State Alumni Association, held at Bridgeport, Conn., February 18, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, L. I. Corliss (1914), West Hartford, Conn.; first
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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 1863
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Maitland C. Lamprey
Mrs. Annie J. (Roberts) Moulton, widow of Clarence F. Moulton of this class and mother of Sherman R. Moulton '98 and Horace F. Moulton 'OO, died of heart disease March 25 at her home in Randolph, Vt.
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625,626
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1873
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Rev. Samuel W. Adriatice
Announcement cards are out of the marriage on Tuesday, March 4, at Upper Montclair, .N. J., of Miss Florence Ladd Willoughby, daughter of Mr. James H. Willoughby '73, to Mr. James Wright Johnston.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1879
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Henry Melville
At the ninety-ninth annual "University Day" of the University of Pennsylvania, on February 22, Charles M. Hough received the honorary degree of J. U. D. (Juris Utriusque Doctor), commonly known as ' Doctor of Civil and Canon
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1885
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Edwin A. Bayley
Dr. Edwin H. Allen has -been promoted to the office of chief medical director of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston: He has been in the service of this company for thirty-four years.
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626,627
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
F. A. Howland on a recent Western trip enjoyed a pleasant visit with Sidney Arthur at Covington, Kentucky.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
The class held its annual dinner in Boston on the night of April 5, the following men' being present: Boyd, Chase, Chesley, Christophe, Clay, Heald, Holt, Malomey, McFee, Marshall, Merrow, Morse, Noyes, O'Malley, Poor, Ryan,
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627
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1898
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John R. Spring
F. S. Pope has. recently been elected vice-president of the Chicago Trust Company. F. W. Robert has now been made comptroller of the United States Trust Company, with offices at New York.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Kenneth Beal
Rev. Montie J. B. Fuller's Sunday schedule continues as strenuous as ever. At 10.30 a. m. he preaches at Mill River, Mass., followed by Sunday School at 12.15; 1.00 P- m. finds him preaching at Southfield; while at 3.00 p. m.
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627,628
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Julian W. Phillips has associated himself with D. Bradlee Rich and Company. He will have charge of the mortgage department as well as the general brokerage of real estate. So two more classmates are allied with one another in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1901
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Hverett M. Stevens
Frank E. Cudworth's new residence is 411 St. John Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. We are advised that Cuddy is holding- down a very responsible position in connection ■with some big construction work. No word from him about it, though.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
R. F. Estabrook is now located at Boston as general traffic manager of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. If you have something of real importance to discuss with him you may call him on long distance toll lines,
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628,630,632
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Perley E. Whelden
At the Pow Wow there was hardly any phase of the present Dartmouth College and its interests that was not discussed in detail. Eddie Schlatter landed in with a mild touch of the grippe. His deafness handicaps him in but his
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632,634
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1905
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Fletcher Hale, Laconia
Rufus Day is dean of the new business school at the University of Michigan.
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article
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634
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1906
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Ralph Thompson
The American Review for March-April, 1924, contains a seven and a half column review by Robert I. Adriance of the two books, "From McKinley to Harding," by H. H. Kohlsaat, and "The McKinley and Roosevelt Administrations," by
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article
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634
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R
Johnny Glaze was in Hanover on March 8 for the purpose of attending the football dinner. He reports that the class was represented at the Buffalo alumni dinner by Rich, Vietor, and Glaze.
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article
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634
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1909
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Joseph W. Worthen
Fred Carroll has been elected a vicepresident of the National Shawmut Bank of Boston, and will have charge of the Trust Department. The election is of course a great compliment to him, and cordial congratulations are in order.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
Harold P. Jackson has been elected secretary-treasurer of the Casualty and Surety Club of New York. With the exception of one year in newspaper work and two in army service, his work since graduation has been entirely in the
4719181_19240501_000056.xml
article
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636,638
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
John Mullen has moved to 8 Lorette St., West Roxbury, Mass. John is still with Cass and Daley, 36 Lincoln St., Boston.
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638,640
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
On March 17, 1924, Daniel Joseph Barends arrived at the home of Dutch and Mrs. Barends in Buckingham, Que. He weighed 7 1/4 pounds and everything is fine, writes Dutch.
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article
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640
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1915
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Leo M. Folan
(The following are from Charles E. Griffith, Jr.)
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640,642,644
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
Under date of April 1 figures were drawn off to furnish a comparative rating with results at this time last year on the response of the Class of 1916 to the Alumni Fund.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
Just as these notes are about to the desk of your Secretary word comes o the death of one of the best friends our Class ever had. Professor Richard We ington Husband succumbed yesterday morning (April 9, 1924,) to a heart
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1923
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Louis Lewinsohn
Can anyone tell us where this disappeared dozen men are ? W. W. Angell, McCauley Carter, Harold E. Cereghino, Richard W. Ellis, E. F. Flindell, Samuel G. Fletcher, George J. Jaeger, Howard E. McClure, Alfred I. Merritt, Charles
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Alexander Hamilton Institute
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Western Electric Company
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633
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Mascoma Camps
Mascoma Camps
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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COLGATE'S
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BRONZE
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SMALL, MAYNARD
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"THE NARROW GAUGE"
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H. P. Cummings Construction Company
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Haberdashery by Mail
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THE STORE FOR MEN
THE STORE FOR MEN
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The Hanover Inn
The Hanover Inn
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4719181_19240501_000075.xml
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WORCESTER ACADEMY
WORCESTER ACADEMY
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4719181_19240501_000076.xml
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THE CLARK SCHOOL
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4719181_19240501_000077.xml
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ROGERS GARAGE
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4719181_19240501_000078.xml
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The Dartmouth Bookstore, Hanover, N. H.
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4719181_19240501_000079.xml
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The "Ku Klux Klan"
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4719181_19240501_000080.xml
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Larson & Wells
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4719181_19240501_000081.xml
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G. S. CLEMENT & CO.
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4719181_19240501_000082.xml
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DUDLEY'S
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4719181_19240501_000083.xml
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Camp Wallula
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4719181_19240501_000084.xml
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The Dartmouth Press
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4719181_19240501_000085.xml