Issue: 19241101

Saturday, November 1, 1924
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Having but recently welcomed to the ranks
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of alumni the graduates of the Class of 1924, the alumni now salute with appropriate hopes the entering class of 1928—the embryonic alumni of the future. At Dartmouth, as everywhere, a freshman is a freshman; and every new
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SOME ATTRIBUTES OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
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President Ernest Martin Hopkins
Address at the Opening of Dartmouth College September 18, 1924
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THE ALUMNI FUND
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Clarence G. McDavitt 1900
Chairman Alumni Fund Committee 1922-1924
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THE CLASS OF 1928
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E. Gordon Bill
Many people who are otherwise perfectly normal like to mull over what may be called human statistics, if such things can be human. As a result of this weakness I have been asked to compare statistically the classes of 1927
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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION
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Ala. Ariz. Ark. Calif. Col. Conn. Del. D.C. Fla. Ga. Idaho 1928 00186 36 37300 1927 00052 29 1 11 200 111. Ind. lowa Kans. Ky. La. Me. Md. Mass. Mich. Minn. 1928 40 4 6 2 1 0 7 1 185 12 9 1927 36 6 8 0 0 0 12 2 126 8 9 Miss.
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COLLEGE NEWS
AMERICAN ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY MEETS IN HANOVER
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Professor J. M. Poor has prepared the following report of the summer gathering of astronomers in Hanover:
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COLLEGE NEWS
TWENTY SIX NEW INSTRUCTORS JOIN FACULTY OF COLLEGE
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The College faculty has been increased by the addition of 26 new men. One comes to a full professorship, three are to be assistant professors, two will hold consultant positions, and the remainder have received appointments as
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COLLEGE NEWS
CARPENTERS AND MASONS AGAIN BUSY IN HANOVER
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The outstanding changes in the physical equipment of the College during the summer were the completion of the addition to the Administration Building and the complete renovation of Thornton Hall.
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COLLEGE NEWS
NATION WRITER SURPRISED BY DARTMOUTH TOLERANCE
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In an article on "Liberalism in the Colleges" in the Nation for September 17, Paul Blanshard cites Dartmouth as an example of a private institution controlled by trustee business men which is nevertheless liberal. In part Mr.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FRESHMAN SONS OF ALUMNI
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The class of 1928 contains 39 members who are sons of Dartmouth men. This compares with 27 sons of alumni in the class of 1927 and 34 in the class of 1926.
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COLLEGE NEWS
SEVERAL FOREIGN FELLOWSHIPS OFFERED TO COLLEGE GRADUATES
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Notices of a number of offers of Graduate Fellowships have recently been received.
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE PRESIDENT INAUGURATES JAYNE FOUNDATION LECTURES
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President Hopkins of Dartmouth College has accepted the invitation of the Trustees of the Henry LeBarre Jayne Lecture Foundation to inaugurate the annual series of lectures on this Foundation, to be given this winter in association
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COLLEGE NEWS
29TH DARTMOUTH NIGHT OBSERVED OCTOBER 3
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The 29th annual Dartmouth night was observed October 3 on the eve of the McGill game. The exercises were very much of the traditional nature, the parade around the dormitories, the cheers for Prexy, Mrs. and Ann Hopkins on the
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHANGES IN EDITORIAL STAFF
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During the present college year Thomas Groves, Associate Editor of the MAGAZINE, will be in Europe engaged in study and writing. His place on the editorial board of the MAGAZINE will be taken by Francis Bakeman Donovan '23.
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COLLEGE NEWS
JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY SPONSORS BOOKLET ON COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS
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Possibly with the intention of combatting the growing undergraduate aversion to competitions, the Dartmouth chapter of Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary journalistic fraternity of which Dr. Hopkins is national president, distributed
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW GENERAL CATALOGUE IS NOW UNDER PREPARATION
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Work on the new edition of the general catalogue of the College is progressing rapidly and it is expected to have the book ready for distribution in 1925. The volume will contain condensed biographies of all men who have been
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COLLEGE NEWS
COLLEGE OFFICES NOW EQUIPPED WITH PBX TELEPHONE SERVICE
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At the opening of college this fall the first unites of the private branch exchange telephone service for which the College contracted in the spring were placed in operation. Several trunk lines have been installed running to the
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COLLEGE NEWS
SUGGESTED READINGS IN HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY MAILED ALUMNI
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"The History Department, following the good example set a year ago by the English Department, presents a list of recent books upon history and biography which, it hopes, may be of service to the Dartmouth alumni. With three or
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COLLEGE NEWS
CLASS OF 1925 LEADS IN NUMBER OF DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARS
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The class of 1925 led in the number of men achieving scholastic distinction for the second semester of the year 1923-24. Of the junior class 14% of its members were ranked at 3.2 or better while but 13.4% of the 1924 class
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COLLEGE NEWS
INTERESTING FIGURES GIVEN OUT ON SCHOLARSHIP OF 1927 CLASS
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Bay State alumni will take considerable pleasure from the following figures. For the second semester of last year 35.3% of the members of the class of 1927 who achieved a ranking of 3.2 or better were from Massachusetts,
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COLLEGE NEWS
FORMER GREEN TRACK CAPTAIN TAKES SECOND IN OLYMPICS
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Leroy T. Brown '23, captain of the track team in 1922 and 1923, took a second place in the high jump in the Olympic games this summer by clearing the bar at 6 feet 434 inches. Brown has done better in competitions in this
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COLLEGE NEWS
FOURTEEN SENIORS INITIATED IN PHI BETA KAPPA FRATERNITY
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Fourteen men of the senior class were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa shortly after the opening of college. These men, all of whom have attained an average standing of 3.4 for their first three years in college are: G. N.
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COLLEGE NEWS
POSTERS TELL STUDENTS OF D. C. A. WORK IN CHINA
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An exhibition in College Hall of posters explaining the. work of H. W. Robinson '10, the representative of the Dartmouth Christian Association in China, attracted considerable attention during the first week of college. This
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COLLEGE NEWS
SEVEN DARTMOUTH MEN IN WESTERN ELECTRIC RESEARCH
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Included in the eight hundred college graduates who are engaged in research work for the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. and the Western Electric Co. are seven graduates of Dartmouth. This is a comparatively small number
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL SONG A REAL HIT IN "STEPPING STONES"
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Dartmouth men who have enjoyed "Stepping Stones" during its present Boston run have been especially interested to recognize in the music for a dancing specialty the stirring march steps of "As The Backs Go Tearing By," the
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NOTES
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N. L. Goodrich, college librarian, was elected vice-president of the New Hampshire Library Association at its annual meeting in Manchester late in September.
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Letters to the Editor
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS
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275 Prospect Place Brooklyn, N. Y.
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Pugg, Harold Goddard, Assistant Librarian.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Wine of Fury
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Eric P. Kelly
By LEIGHTON ROGERS '16. Knopf, N. Y.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Principles of Preaching
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By OZORA S. DAVIS '89. University of Chicago Press. Pp. XVII, 270.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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Signal honor has recently come to John William Rogers, Jr. '16. His one-act play "Judge Lynch" won last spring the first prize in the contest for original one-act plays held by the Green Mask Players of Houston, Tex. The play
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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The issue of the Boston Evening Transcript for August 16 contains an illustrated article entitled "The Dartmouth Voice Still Crying in the Wilderness" by Professor Eric P. Kelley '06.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
ATHLETICS
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Whatever else the 1924 season may mean to Dartmouth football by the time the schedule is completed and this magazine is in your hands, this year's team has one definite achievement to its credit. For the first time in the
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
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Catching the opening kick-off a yard behind his own goal line, Ellis, Exeter quarterback, made a brilliant dash the entire length of the field for the only touchdown of the freshmen's first game at Exeter Saturday, October 4.
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ATHLETICS
GOLF
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Captain W. H. Taft '25 won the annual medal play golf tournament Saturday, October 4. C. N. Proctor '2B was second, while F. L. Dold '25 and J. M. Batchelder '26 tied for third.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
TENNIS
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Captain F. T. Osgood '25 retained his college tennis title by defeating K. M. Boyd '26, 9—7, 6—3, 6—3. M. H. Partridge '27 and G. Tourtellot '26 were eliminated in the semi-finals.
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ATHLETICS
ARRIVAL OF COACH DENT FORECASTS BETTER SOCCER TEAM
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Coincidental with what seems to be the beginning of a real system for the football team, comes the inauguration of a system of coaching which it is hoped will be equally beneficial for the soccer team. Mr. Thomas J. Dent, a
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ATHLETICS
HILLMAN SUCCEEDS WATSON AS FOOTBALL TEAM TRAINER
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Because of Jack Watson's death last spring, the Athletic Council, at a meeting early in the fall, named Harry L. Hillman, coach of varsity track, as trainer of the varsity football team. Mr. Hillman's work with the
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ATHLETICS
LIBBEY AND BATES CAPTURE NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS
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K. P. Libbey '24, captain of last year's track team, and H. N. Bates '25 reached the finals in the pole vault and 440 respectively in the Olympic tryouts. Although they were eliminated in the final round, each won the New
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ATHLETICS
BJORKMAN FOURTH MAN TO HOLD GRID AND DIAMOND CAPTAINCIES
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Henry Bror Bjorkman '25, captain of the varsity football team, is the fourth man in the history of the College to also hold the baseball captaincy, his election as diamond leader being announced early in October. He has played
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ATHLETICS
DECOURCEY RETURNS AS RUBBER FOR GREEN ATHLETIC TEAMS
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After spending last year at West Virginia with Coach Spears, who handled the Green team four years ago, Eddie DeCourcey has returned to Hanover as rubber for "the athletic teams. DeCourcey served in Hanover for two years before
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ATHLETICS
BROWN AND, CORNELL ARE LETTER GAMES THIS FALL
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The Athletic Council has voted that participation for 15 minutes in either the Brown or Cornell games will be necessary for a football letter this fall. Numerals will be awarded to freshmen who play for a similar length of time
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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Ever shifting and changing, the chameleon cloak of attitudes, values, loyalties and sentiments of the Dartmouth College undergraduate body has swerved from the fast color of unthinking skepticism toward the saner tint of
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ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS PUBLICATIONS
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The following publications have been received by the Alumni Editor : Class of 1876: Forty-Eighth Annual Report; 26 pages. Class of 1878: Tidings of the Class of 1878, Dartmouth College, for 1923-1924; 40 pages. Class of
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ALUMNI NOTES
CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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Warren D. Bruner
The outstanding event among the Chicago alumni was the Golf Tournament and Field Day held Wednesday, July 9, at Hammond, Ind. The turnout was the largest on record, thirty-three in all answering the call. Among them a good
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ALUMNI NOTES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION
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Another barbecue picnic was held by the Southern California Alumni Association of Dartmouth College on Sunday, July 27, at the Rancho de los Tres Hermanos, about thirty miles from Los Angeles. The ranch was turned over to the
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION
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Dartmouth in Dixie was never more in evidence than it was on the evening of Friday, October 3, when an even dozen alumni gathered at the Capital City Club in Atlanta, Georgia, to celebrate Dartmouth Night and to hold the
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ALUMNI NOTES
WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION
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E. A. Luedke, Jr.,
Necessarily the activities of the Association have been somewhat restricted during the summer, due to the fact that vacation time has made it hard to get out a crowd. However, the latter part of June ten or twelve turned out to
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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 1856
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Mary Little (Noyes), widow of Governor Benjamin F. Prescott of this class and mother of Benjamin F. Prescott 'OO, died at her home in Concord, N. H., July 30.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1867
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Frederic G. Mather
The addresses of the survivors of '67, as of August 25, 1924, are as follows:
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1871
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William S. Dana
Secretary and Mrs. Dana have the sympathy of the fraternity of secretaries and their host of friends in the serious and well-nigh fatal accident which befell them near their home in Woodstock on the evening of August 8. They
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1872
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George B. French
Marian S. (Foss), wife of Lewis G. Farmer, and mother of Allen B. Farmer '03, died suddenly July 26 at the summer home of the family at Gloucester, Mass.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
Thomas D. Luce of Nashua was elected president of the New Hampshire Bar Association at the recent annual meeting of that association.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1876
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Dr. Henry H. Piper
Rev. J. E. Abbott, D.D., passed a portion of the summer as guest of Dr. W. E. Browning in Uruguay, South America.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1885
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Edwin A. Bayley
Rev. A. H. Armes has become pastor of the Congregational church at Manomet, Mass.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1886
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William M. Hatch
Professor Edwin B. Frost of the University of Chicago, director of the Yerkes Observatory at Williams Bay, Wis., is quoted in the press as saying that nothing not already known has been developed during the observations of Mars
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
The degree of Doctor of Science was conferred on Prof. John M. Gile at the recent Dartmouth commencement.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
At the reunion in June the following officers were elected: president, Wheat; secretary-treasurer, Blakely; executive committee, the above two, Curtis, and Ferguson; class agent, Wellman.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
Elizabeth (Campbell), wife of Perley R. Bugbee, died at their home in Hanover May 15, 1924. The immediate cause of death was a pulmonary embolus following an attack of pleurisy, which was itself a sequence of a fracture of the
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Willis T. Sparhawk is for the present school year teacher of Latin and English in the high school of New Lexington, Perry County, Ohio.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1895
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Arthur G. Bugbee
Roland E. Stevens made a vigorous personal canvass in his candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor of Vermont, but won only second place in the primary.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1898
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James R. Chandler
Harry L. Ford, who has been for some time in the undertaking business in Burlington, Vt., was chosen secretary of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce on July 22.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Louis P. Benezet
Charles H. Donahue is the second member of the class to be elevated to the Massachusetts Superior Bench. The Boston Post of September 28 devoted a full page to "Donny," praising the appointment, and narrating incidents of his
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Professor Charles Albert Proctor of Hanover, N. H., wishes to announce through these columns that his oldest son, Charles N. Proctor, has succeeded him as the golf champion of the state of New Hampshire. Professor Proctor in
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Wendall G. Lane, son of Adolph B. Lane of our class, has entered the freshman class, and is living in old Sanborn Hall.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
The second son of Robert M. Leach is to be married this month.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Perley E. Whelden
We are informed that Mechlin is now working for the Triest Contracting Corporation somewhere in New York city. Will try to have more complete information for our next issue, and wouldn't mind if "Mech" sent it to us himself.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1905
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Fletcher Hale
Carroll A. Campbell announces his marriage to Clara A. Kelsey on April 19, 1924, at Middletown, Conn. They are living at 88 High St.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R. Marsden
Bob and Winifred Blanpied dropped in on Hanover in August during a trip East. His summer camp was responsible for his failure to get back to the Fifteenth, so Bob has decided to sell it, in order that nothing may keep him from
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1909
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Joseph W. Worthen
The reunion was a great success,—altogether the pleasantest one yet. About eighty-five men, approximately sixty wives, and droves of youngsters were in enthusiastic attendance. A complete report will be included in the next Year
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
"Bob" Stone is in business at St. Albans, Vt.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
The treasurer has informed the class of the plan of continuing the sending of this MAGAZINE to all members of the class who reply favorably to his recent invitation. In case therefore, the MAGAZINE does not reach you, will
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Both Ted Davis and John Scarry have continued to have their stories appear in the Saturday Evening Post during the summer months. Ted has been at Harwich, Mass., and John at Juniper Point, Mass.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1914
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Clyfton Chandler
The Secretary is hard at work on the preparation of a class report. He expects to mail it by the end of the month. It is based quite largely on material secured at the reunion in June, and he urges every member of the class who
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Fourteen were in attendance at the regular monthly dinner of the class, held in June, at the Psi U Club, 28 East 39th St., New York city: Whit, Brown, Fredericks, Rose, Wentworth, Healy, Clarke, Woolworth, Ruml, Rosenheim,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
Among the recent communications from the Middle West Bailey Emery, district agent, contributes the following:
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90,92,94
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
This copy of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE is sent free of charge to every member of the class. Commencing with the December number it will only be sent to those members of the class who have made contribution to the 1917 Class Plan. This
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94,96
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1918
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Frederick W. Cassebeer
Tom Campbell evidently believes that the surest way of achieving fame is to break into scientific literature. At a recent meeting of the American Electrochemical Society held in Detroit he presented a very interesting paper
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96
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1920
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Allen M. Cate
Charlie Crathern has recently returned to the Honduras office of the Truxillo Railroad Company. He seems to like tropical life, and reports all: of the conveniences and diversions of the States.
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96,98
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1921
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Robert W. Elsasser
Chester, N. Y., January 19, 1924, to Miss Lois Isabel Paddock.
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98,100
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1922
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Frank H. Horan
Lansing J. Brisbin was married to Martha Russell of Ashland, Ky., June 4. The Brisbins made a motor trip to the Pacific states, and are now superintending the building of the new home in Ashland, where Brissie is in business.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1924
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J. S. Austin
Ken Harvey was married to Miss Isabel Louise Beggs of Winchester, Mass., on September 22. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey sailed on the Majestic for a six weeks' honeymoon in Europe, after which "the Mr." will be located with the Arthur C.
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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DUDLEY'S
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COLGATE & CO
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Albert Russell & Sons Co
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Dwight P. Robinson & Company
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Rowe Construction Company
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Larson & Wells
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The Dartmouth Alumni Fund
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Dartmouth College Reprints
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Alexander Hamilton Institute
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