Issue: 19250201

Sunday, February 1, 1925
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February
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
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THE DARTMOUTHALUMNI MAGAZINE
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Probably, despite the widespread
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publicity which has already been given to the new method of choosing alumni trustees, there are members of the alumni body who will feel a vague surprise at not receiving the customary invitation to cast a wholly perfunctory
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THE LIBERAL COLLEGE
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Leon B. Richardson '00
Professor of Chemistry, Dartmouth College
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SOME UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF RUFUS CHOATE
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H. D. Foster
The two following letters of Rufus Choate written in 1817 and 1819, while he was an undergraduate, are of especial interest because of the light they shed upon the feelings of the students of the College at the time of the
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THE COLLEGE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS
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Dr. William R. P. Emerson '92
Medical Consultant in Nutrition and Physical Fitness
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COLLEGE NEWS
IMPRESSIONS AT THE THIRTY-FIFTH REUNION
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The class of 1889 held its thirty-fifty reunion in Hanover last June and its secretary, Dr. David N. Blakely, has just issued a report covering the period. Among the sections of the report is an article by Oliver S. Warden
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE THIRTY-FIFTH REUNION
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We are checking out at North Massachusetts. We have slept (?) and dreamed again in student beds for a week. The thirty-fifth reunion for '89 is at an end and you are asking, as we part, that I write down for your report the
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT'S HARVARD ADDRESS ATTRACTS WIDE COMMENT
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On December 4 President Hopkins spoke before the Harvard Union under the auspices of the Committee on the Choice of Vocations. The subject of his address was "The Relation of College to Life." In his address the President urged
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COLLEGE NEWS
RUSSIAN STUDENT MAKES GOOD RECORD
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A very practical part of the reconstruction work following the war in other countries is the sending to this country of promising students who are expected to later return and lead in the rebuilding of their shattered native
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COLLEGE NEWS
ANNUAL CATALOGUE APPEARS
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The annual Catalogue of the College,which was published late in December, contains some interesting facts regarding thepresent size of the College and the scope ofthe courses. Among the officers of administration 21 names appear and in the
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COLLEGE NEWS
PROF. HOLDEN RESIGNS THAYER SCHOOL DIRECTORATE
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Professor Charles A. Holden '95 has resigned as director of the Thayer School of Civil Engineering, to take effect at the close of the present academic year.
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COLLEGE NEWS
N. Y. U. OFFERS SEVERAL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS
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The Graduate School of New York University announces a number of fellowships and scholarships available for the academic year 1925-1926, ranging in value from sums covering the cost of tuition to $1000.
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COLLEGE NEWS
MACKAYE TO GIVE NEW PHILOSOPHY COURSE
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James Mackaye, who spoke in Hanover a year ago under the auspices of the Philosophical Club, is to give a new course in Philosophy during the second semester. Social Engineering will be the general subject of the new course
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COLLEGE NEWS
OUTING CLUB PUBLISHES HANDBOOK
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A little booklet has just appeared from the press entitled "Dartmouth Outing Club Handbook" which contains much interesting and valuable information for the hiker. The book, attractively bound in cloth, was compiled by, A. C.
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COLLEGE NEWS
GEORGE F. BAKER DONATES $100,000 TO COLLEGE
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On January 19 the President's office announced a generous gift, from Mr. George F. Baker of New York, of one hundred thousand dollars for the establishment of a special endowment fund in memory of his uncle, Fisher Ames Baker.
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COLLEGE NEWS
DARTMOUTH MEN IN THE STATE GOVERNMENT
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In the new state government of New Hampshire, inaugurated in January for the years 1925-1926, the Dartmouth delegation is headed by Judge Jesse M. Barton '92, of Newport, former president of the state senate, now member of the
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHENEY SPEAKS TO THAYER SCHOOL
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Mr. A. Cheney of the Specification Department of the Barrett Company, Boston, Mass., lectured in the Thayer School building on Friday, January 16, on the subject "Roofing and Flashing." Mr. Cheney described the various methods
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COLLEGE NEWS
SPECIAL ART LIBRARY
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Because of the present congestion in the College library, most of the works on art and archaeology will be moved to a special library in Culver Hall which it is expected will be completed in the spring. The new library, which
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COLLEGE NEWS
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION
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The annual meeting of the Dartmouth Secretaries Association will be held this year on Friday and Saturday, May 1 and 2. The secretaries of all classes and associations are cordially invited to Hanover as the guests of the
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At a meeting of the American Philosophical Society at Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Penna., during the Christmas vacation, Prof. Wilbur M. Urban of the Philosophy department was elected to the presidency of the society.
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WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY
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Emerson, William Robie Patten, Medical Consultant in Nutrition and Physical Fitness.
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COMMUNICATIONS
Hockey at Dartmouth
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C. C. Hall '26
The Editor, Dartmouth ALUMNI MAGAZINE, Dear Sir:
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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Lippincott and Company have recently published "Races, Nations and Classes, the Psychology of Domination and Freedom" by Herbert Adolphus Miller, Ph.D. '99. This book will be reviewed in a later issue of the MAGAZINE.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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Hewette E. Joyce
"Essays Towards Truth." Selected by Kenneth Allan Robinson, William Benfield Pressey, James Dow McCallum, of the Department of English, Dartmouth College. Henry Holt and Company.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
E. K. HALL'S FOOTBALL REPORT OF INTEREST
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(Signed) E. K. Hall
Because of E. K. Hall's intimate relation with the College and with everything pertaining to Dartmouth his report as chairman of the Intercollegiate Football Rules Committee to the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association
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Sports
ATHLETICS
Dartmouth 23, Yale 17
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On January 10 in the first game after the Christmas vacation, Coach Wachter's quintet defeated Yale, its initial league opponent, 23-17, on the Alumni Gymnasium floor. The victory placed it in a tie with Princeton for first honors
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Dartmouth 34, N. Y. U. 14
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New York University came to Hanover on January 14 and gathered but 14 points while Dartmouth's Wachter coached five was amassing 34. The result of the game was never in doubt after the first few minutes of play.
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Dartmouth 31, Columbia 15
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Dartmouth retained its hold on the pinnacle of the Intercollegiate League by tripping Columbia 31-15 in the Alumni Gymnasium Saturday, January 17. Coach Wachter used his first string lineup throughout the game.
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Dartmouth 22, Pennsylvania 16
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In a fast rough game on the Alumni Gymnasium floor on January 20, Dartmouth retained its leadership in the Intercollegiate League by defeating Pennsylvania, 22-16. The game was exceptionally close, the score being tied till
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Dartmouth 1928 31, Clark 14
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Although the eligibility rules had claimed two of its stars the first-year quintet possessed sufficient strength to set back the Clark School, local preparatory institution, 31-14, on January 10. The five-man defense of the school
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Dartmouth 1928 28, Holderness 6
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As a curtain raiser for the Columbia varsity game on January 17, the yearling quintet won a slow game from Holderness School, 28-6. Coach Stark started his regular lineup of Captain Reece and Zanger forwards, Langdell center,
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Even Break on Vacation Trip
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Of the four practice games engaged in during the Christmas vacation, Coach Denisha's sextet won two and dropped two. The team gathered in Boston on December 26 and worked out at the Arena daily besides journeying to Melrose
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Dartmouth 7, M. I. T. 2
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with one of its strongest teams in years, came to Hanover on January 10 for the first game on the Memorial Field rink this year. The contest proved spectacularly fast and rough.
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Dartmouth 1, Briarcliff 0
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In what might have been a game of water polo rather than a hockey game Dartmouth's sextet defeated the Briarcliff Club on its rink 1-0 on January 16. Coach Denisha did not risk any of his stars and used all available substitutes.
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Dartmouth 3, Princeton 1
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At the Hobey Baker Memorial rink on January 17, the Green puckchasers were at their best. Captain Everett was the star for the Hanoverians but did not break into the scoring column. He covered the entire rink and strengthened
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Dartmouth 1928 15, Tilton 0
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On the Alumni Gymnasium rink in its first game of the season on January 17, the 1928 sextet played rings around the Tilton Academy team. The school boys were weak defensively and lacked the team-work which marked the playing of
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Dartmouth 41, Wesleyan 27
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The shattering of a New England tank record and the lowering of a College pool record were features of the first meet of the season in the Spaulding Pool on January 17, D. W. Bogart '27, holder of the New England Intercollegiate
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SKIING
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A four-man team went to Quebec on December 27 and competed against McGill in a cross-country race and a jumping contest. In both events McGill was victorious. T. B. Farwell '26 and A. W. Edson '25 took second and fourth
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FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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Sitting in his chair talking with members of the alumni gets to be more of a real pleasure month after month, when it is vividly recalled that these few words are the only tangible link between the undergraduate mind and that mind
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Class Notes
ALUMNI NOTES
CLASS PUBLICATIONS
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The following have been received by the Alumni Editor:
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ALUMNI NOTES
CHESHIRE COUNTY ASSOCIATION
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Forrest J. Hall
Thirty-five members and twelve guests of the Cheshire County Dartmouth Association gathered at the Hotel Ellis, Keene, N. H., on the evening of December 26, 1924, for the fourteenth annual meeting of the Association.
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ALUMNI NOTES
CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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Warren D. Bruner
During the Christmas holidays all records for attendance for weekly luncheons were broken. This was due to the presence of the undergraduates in town, who, with their fathers and a number of men who expect to enter next fall,
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ALUMNI NOTES
THE ASSOCIATION OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA
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William F. Hart
The Montreal group of the Canadian Alumni Association held a Holiday Undergraduate Dinner on the evening of December 20 at the University Club, Montreal, so that the various members could become better acquainted with 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 1877
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John M. Comstock
The oldest survivor of the members of this class is Wilbur F. Bryant of Hartington, Neb., who left college at the close of freshman year. He is by no means on the retired list, but after a spirited contest was re-elected in
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1878
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William D. Parkinson
Dr. W. S. Montgomery retired this fall after forty-two years of service in the public schools of Washington, D. C., first as teacher but finally as supervising principal. The occasion was observed with testimonial exercises on
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Class of 1879
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Henry Melville
Dr. James H. Tebbetts has retired from the active practice of his profession, but still resides in Hollister, Cal., where he settled forty years ago. He writes: "We are always glad to meet anyone from Dartmouth. Tom Flint of
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Class of 1886
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William M. Hatch
Chancellor L. Jenks, accompanied by Mrs. Jenks, will be abroad until about June 1. Following a somewhat extended stay in Paris they went to Nice and Marseilles by automobile, and were planning to go to Algiers and Tunis,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
The law firm of Brown, Jackson and Knight, of which E. W. Knight is a member, announce the withdrawal of Harold A. Ritz from the firm under date of Dec. 15, 1924, and the entrance of Lon. H. Kelley.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Reverend Ozora S. Davis, D.D., president of Chicago Theological Seminary, has published recently through the University of Chicago Press '"The Principles of Preaching." The Secretary has not read the book. He would not be
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1890
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Charles Albert Perkins
Thomas Al len Perkins on November 20 married Maude Kstelle Scofield of Fishkill on the Hudson, at Danbury, Conn.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1892
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Arthur M. Strong
A recent letter from Ilsley brings us the news that he has become manager of the building department of Hedges and Middleton, Inc., realtors, a 1412 Eye St., N.W., Washington, D. C. He and Mrs. Ilsley are evidently enjoying this
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Class of 1895
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Arthur G. Bugbee
Algar E. Carleton has been recently ordered to take temporary charge of the- Consulate General at Hongkong. He has been for the past five years in Amoy, China, where he was sent after the war to open up a new consulate.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
Maude Clark Henderson, wife of our classmate John Henderson, died November 21 at Colebrook, N. H.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Atherton is now wih Lingley, Baird, Addison, and Dixon, 120 Broadway, New York city. This is a large and prominent firm of public accountants. We are glad that Atherton is now permanently settled, and wish him the greatest
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Harry Gilmore moved to New York the first of the year, to accept a position of responsibility on the general staff of the Western Electric Company, 195 Broadway. This is a merited promotion for "Gillie," and the best wishes of
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
The "News Letter" published by Robert College contains in its December issue a very fine tribute to E. B. Watson, who after long service at that institution resigned to accept a professorship in English at Dartmouth. He is
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1903
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Perley E. Whelden
The following clipping has been sent to me by no less that three of our classmates. How is that? I feel that it must be printed. All I regret is, that it couldn't have got into an earlier MAGAZINE, so that our well-known-for-
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1905
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Fletcher Hale, Laconia
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Vaughan announce the. arrival of a daughter, Katherine Bella, September 14, 1924, at Minneapolis, Minn.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Slocomb have announced the marriage of their daughter, Ethel Augusta, to Mr. George Warren Grebenstein, on Wednesday, the thirty-first of December, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-four, at Upton,
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1908
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Prof. Raymond R. Marsden
Don Frothingham's New Year card was a very nifty affair, as classmates agree who were favored with copies. Several wives inquired if the very slender young man looking out of the window toward the lighthouse was Mr. Frothingham
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Whitney H. Eastman
Dr. "Georgie" F. Allen has recently been appointed assistant medical director of the National Life Insurance Company, and is located at 26 East Liberty St., Montpelier, Vt. His work will be at the home office in that city.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
All will be grieved to learn of the sad accident to Hugh Gibson, younger son of "Stew" Gibson, on December 10. Hugh was struck by a delivery truck while on his way home from school, sustaining a fractured skull from, which he
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1912
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Edward B. Luitwieler
We are pleased to be able to announce the formation of a partnership for the general practice of law, under the firm name of Roosevelt and O'Connor. Doubtless you have already guessed that O'Connor of this firm is our own D.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Don King, who was for five years very successful as master of French at St. Paul Academy, resigned last spring, and is now in France. Although he is to study at the French universities for a year or two, he has written that
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1914
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Herbert S. Austin
Jim and Mrs. Gregg announce the birth of Marion, December 28. Jim continues to sell bonds for Parkinson and Burr, Boston. Francis and Mrs. Pooler announce the birth of Sanford Merrill, October 26. Frannie is selling lumber for
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1915
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Leo M. Folan
Bill Hall writes that he is now stationed at Oficios 18, Havana, Cuba, where he represents the International Mercantile Marine.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
'Twas in the days of . "Flaming Sixteen" that Burlen and Joy first teamed up in their original skit of musical nonsense that cracked the humorous vein of Hanover wide open. Since those days Bob has plugged steadily up the ladder
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
Class of 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
An anonymous contributor sent a marked copy of The Marblehead Messenger to this office. It is surprising to learn of the farreaching effect of Mr. Hearst s intensive search for news. He doesn't seem to miss a trick, and he
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Western Electric Company
Western Electric Company
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GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY.
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY.
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SIDNEY C. HAZELTON
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DUDLEY'S
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BERRY-WALES CO.
BERRY-WALES CO.
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Jordan Marsh Company
Jordan Marsh Company
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C. S. Clement & Co., Inc
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CAMPION
CAMPION
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COLCATE'S
COLCATE'S
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Larson & Wells
Larson & Wells
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S. S. PIERCE CO.
S. S. PIERCE CO.
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GOLF CLUBS
GOLF CLUBS
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"THE NARROW GAUGE"
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WORCESTER ACADEMY
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THE CLARK SCHOOL
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
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COLLARTOWN LAUNDRY
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BRONZE
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Public Utility Central Stations
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LUXENBERG
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A Loyal Dartmouth Man
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THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE, HANOVER, N. H.
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Alexander Hamilton Institute
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4719181_19250201_000092.xml
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Mooselauke from the South
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