Issue: 19260401

Thursday, April 1, 1926
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April
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XVIII
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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Perhaps the shortest
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and simplest statement setting forth the true inwardness of the Selective Process system of admissions would be that it is intended to get into Dartmouth the kind of men Dartmouth wants, and to keep out the men upon whom the
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HUNTING FOR MISSING LINKS IN SPITSBERGEN
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Professor William Patten
Professor of Biology and Director of the Course in Evolution
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PIKE'S ARITHMETIC
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Professor Bancroft H. Brown
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
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A STUDY OF THE OCCUPATIONS OF ALUMNI
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Elwood T. Dickinson '24
Research Assistant to the President
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COLLEGE NEWS
WORK UNDER WAY ON DARTMOUTH FIELD HOUSE
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Ground has been broken and construction started of the Davis Varsity Field House, the newest addition to the college plant, and one which it is expected will prove of great importance and value to Dartmouth athletics. Primarily
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COLLEGE NEWS
TONY MOVES INTO NEW BARBER SHOP
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Alumni may be interested in the following clipping from The Dartmouth which announces another evidence of progress and the spread of civilization in Hanover:
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COLLEGE NEWS
DEPARTMENT OF GREEK INTRODUCES NEW MAJOR
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Under the, plan of the new curriculum which will go into effect with the beginning of the next college year the various departments are drawing up their outlines for major study. The Department of Greek in announcing its major
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COLLEGE NEWS
PHI BETA KAPPA
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The annual meeting of the New Hampshire Alpha of Phi Beta Kappa was held Thursday evening, February 25. Previously the annual meetings have been held in June at Commencement time. The constitution was amended last June so as
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COLLEGE NEWS
FACULTY ADOPTS NEW LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
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It was voted at the regular monthly faculty meeting to change the foreign language requirements for admission, substituting for those advanced by the new curriculum another set presented with the recommendations of the departments
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COLLEGE NEWS
EARLY DAYS OF THE CHICAGO ASSOCIATION
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A recent letter from Major E. D. Redington '61 to the secretary of the Alumni Association tells of the early days of the Chicago Alumni Association. A part of the letter is quoted here for its general interest.
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COLLEGE NEWS
FIRES IN HANOVER KEEP DEPARTMENT BUSY
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The epidemic of fires of which, however, only one was serious, has kept the members of the village's volunteer fire department active during the past month. Early in the morning of February 21, a fire which broke out in the
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COLLEGE NEWS
ELECTION TO ALUMNI COUNCIL IN PROGRESS
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Ballots for election to the Alumni Council have been sent to those qualified to vote in the various districts. Under the terms of the new constitution three names must be placed on the ballot for each district, these names being
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COLLEGE NEWS
PROFESSOR GRIER PRESENTS SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
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The following papers were presented at the holiday meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
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COLLEGE NEWS
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF FELLOW SHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
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Former United States Senator and Mrs. Simon Guggenheim have announced the establishment of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowships for advanced study abroad. These Fellowships are established as an enduring memorial to
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COLLEGE NEWS
SECRETARIES MEET MAY 7 AND 8
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The annual meeting of the Secretaries Association has been called for May 7 and 8. The first meeting will be called as usual on Friday afternoon, the dinner Friday evening, concluding with a Saturday morning session. Saturday
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COLLEGE NEWS
NEW BOOK BY PRESIDENT HOPKINS
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In the spring of 1925 President Hopkins delivered a series of three lectures on the Henry LaBarre Jayne Foundation in Philadelphia. These lectures have now been published by the Princeton University Press under the title "Man
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COLLEGE NEWS
COMMENCEMENT 1926
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The Commencement dates for the current year will be from June 18 to June 22 inclusive. A similar program to that of former years will prevail, consisting of Class Day on Saturday, Baccalaureate sermon on Sunday, alumni
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FORMED IN ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS
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Information has just come of the formation of the Rockford, Illinois, Alumni Association.
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COLLEGE NEWS
INDEX FOR VOLUME XVII READY
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The index for volume XVII, 1924-25, of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE has been prepared and printed. A copy of this may be obtained by addressing the Business Manager, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Hanover, New Hampshire
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COLLEGE NEWS
NOTES
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Dean E. Gordon Bill, addressing a meeting of the Private School Association of the Central States, at Chicago, March 19, spoke on "The Problem of Admission to Dartmouth College."
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WHO'S WHO ON THE ALUMNI COUNCIL
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William West Grant Jr. '03.
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
Statistical Analysis
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Gilbert H. Tapley
By Edmund E. Day, 'OS, Professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Business Administration, Univer- sity of Michigan. (The Macmillan Company, 1925, Pp, 459.)
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
The Survival Value of Christianity
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by Professor John M. Mecklin published by Harcourt Brace and Company, will be reviewed in a future issue of the magazine.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BASKETBALL
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Princeton 36, Dartmouth 25
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
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The Dartmouth Freshman basketball team continued an unbroken string of victories by defeating Colby Academy 42 to 22 at Hanover Feb. 20, and Lebanon High School 28 to 15, Feb. 24. Against Colby Pierce, of the Freshmen, scored
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Sports
ATHLETICS
HOCKEY
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Harvard 3, Dartmouth 2
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN HOCKEY
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Dartmouth's freshman hockey team lost the final contest of its season to the Harvard freshmen by a score of 3 to 1, the undefeated Crimson team forcing the pace from start to finish of the game.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
SWIMMING
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Dartmouth 48, M. I. T. 14
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Sports
ATHLETICS
TRACK
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The annual indoor triangular meet between Dartmouth, Harvard, and Cornell was held in Boston February 26, Harvard winning by a score of 59 points to 30 1/2 for Dartmouth, and 26 1/2 for Cornell.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
ERESHMAN TRACK
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For the second successive year, though only for the second time in the history of the dual meets, Dartmouth freshmen defeated Andover in track, the score of the meet being 57 to 42. The Green youngsters took seven first places,
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Sports
ATHLETICS
GYMNASIUM TEAM
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Inaugurating its season with an auspicious victory the Dartmouth Gymnasium team over- whelmed the gymnasts of Massachusetts Institute of Technology by a score of 42 to 12 at Alumni Gymnasium February 20. The Dartmouth men won
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Sports
ATHLETICS
FENCING
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Norwich University swordsmen opposed members of the Dartmouth fencing team in the first series of foils and sabre clashes of the Hanover season. The meet, which was won by Dartmouth by a score of 12 to 1, marked the return of
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BASEBALL
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Twenty-nine men reported to Coach Jeff Tesreau at Alumni Gymnasium March 12 in response to his call for candidates for Dartmouth's 1926 baseball team. Eight of the men reporting were veterans of last season's team and nine were
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Sports
ATHLETICS
LACROSSE
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Candidates for Dartmouth's first Lacrosse team have been working out in Alumni Gymnasium, under Coach Dent, in preparation for a tentative schedule of games with Syracuse, Toronto, Harvard, and Colgate.
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Sports
ATHLETICS
DARTMOUTH ELEVEN STILL ATTRACTS ATTENTION
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In an article on "College Sports: Their Cost and Worth," which appeared in The SaturdayEvening Post of March 13, Forrest Crissey writes: I have picked on Dartmouth to speak for college football of the pure and undefiled brand,
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Sports
ATHLETICS
WINTER SPORTS
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The University of New Hampshire triumphed over Dartmouth by a one point margin in the events of the meet of the Intercollegiate Winter Sports Union run off at Hanover February 19 and 20. New Hampshire scored 29 points,
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Sports
ATHLETICS
BOXING TOURNAMENT
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Three college champions, Robinson, Bessette, and Gardner, successfully defended their titles and a former title-holder, Thees, regained his position in the college championship boxing tournament held in Alumni Gymnasium for the
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
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March has been a month of elections, shifts, appointments and changes.
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ALUMNI NOTES
DARTMOUTH CLUB OF THE ORANGES
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The Dartmouth Club of the Oranges held its annual dinner at the Palmer House, East Orange, N. J., on the evening of December 22. Thomas L. Barnes 'O2 presided. Informal talks were made by James Hodge, class of '29, J. B. Wallace
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ALUMNI NOTES
BOSTON ASSOCIATION
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C. E. Leech
Dartmouth was in town again Saturday evening, January 30, at the Copley-Plaza Hotel, this being the occasion of the annual dinner of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston. Desiring to continue the excellent traditions of
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ALUMNI NOTES
CHICAGO ASSOCIATION.
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W. E. Terry
At the four luncheons held during the month of February we had an average attendance of fifty-six men at each luncheon. The guests of importance consisted of J. P. Harrold, Cornell '93, president of the Cornell Association of
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ALUMNI NOTES
PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION
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A. G. Bugbee
At the annual business meeting of the Philadelphia Alumni Association on Thursday evening, February 25, Mr. Herman Davidson '14, home address, 1104 Arrott St., business address, 2835 Bridge St., was elected secretary. 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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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1853
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Mrs. Miranda C. Morrison, widow of Rev. Dr. Nathan J. Morrison, formerly president of Olivet, Drury, and Fairmount Colleges, died February 10 at the home of her son in Wellsville, Ohio.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1861
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Major Edward D. Redington
The class of 1861 numbered fifty-eight members at graduation in July of that year. The Chandler School was at that time a separate institution, and its graduates appeared in the General Catalogues of the College prior to about
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1872
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George B. French
Albert L. Bartlett of Haverhill, Mass., at the request of many townsmen, is working on a history of that city, and hopes to complete it this YEAR.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1873
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Rev. Samuel W. Adriance
Alfred S. Hall is gradually retiring from the active practice of the law, on account of ill health.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
Chester B. Curtis of St. Louis represented Dartmouth at the recent inauguration of Albert Britt as tenth president of Knox College, Galesburg, Ill.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1890
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Charles A. Perkins
The formal installation of Rev. George S. Mills, D.D., as pastor of the Wellington Avenue Congregational church of Chicago took place on January 13. The ecclesiastical council, composed of twenty-two churches and nine individuals,
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1891
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Frank E. Rome
Charles M. Smith, president of the Marble Savings Bank of Rutland, was elected president of the Vermont Bankers' Association at,the annual meeting held in Rutland on February 22.
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559,560
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
In the list of books which the department of sociology of the College has sent out to the alumni, there occurs a notice about the "Principles of Sociology" by Frederick A. Bushee, in which the book is rated as"one of the
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
Ross Chesley is in charge of the buying of cutlery for the firm of Decatur and Hopkins of Boston.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1898
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James R. Chandler
John C. Moulton, a non-graduate member of the class, who is director general of Minas del Tajo, S. A., Rosario, Sinaloa, Mexico, writes as follows: "After many years in Mexico in all parts and on many lonely trails I have had my
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1899
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Louis P. Benczet
Five '99 men were among the crowd present at the Washington luncheon of Dartmouth men held at the Hotel Hamilton on February 24 in connection with the midwinter meeting of the N. E. A. Speare, Silver, Kendall, Benezet, and H. B.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
President Rankin returned soon after the holidays from a trip to the Canal Zone. After a successful tonsil operation he did not feel any too well, so decided to visit his sister in Panama. He certainly had a fine trip and a
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1902
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Prof. George W. Elderkin
The class will be shocked to read elsewhere in this issue of the death of Henry Nichols Sanborn, who passed away suddenly at Bridgeport, Conn. The Secretary is greatly indebted to Kendall Banning for the clippings from the
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562,563
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1903
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Charles L. Luce
Dr. H. L. Kelley, Surgeon U. S. N., now has an address at the Municipal Hospital, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
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564,565,566
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1906
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Secretary, Prof. Francis L.
All thoughts in the class of 'O6 now turn towards the twentieth reunion in June. Nat Leverone of Chicago is the big chief in charge of arrangements, and he is planning for a large percentage of the class to return to Hanover.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1905
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Frederick Chase
Harry Smith and his wife and three-year-old daughter spent the winter at Palm Beach, Fla., aboard his yacht. They plan to be there until the early summer, when they are to return to Chicago.
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NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
John Harper Blaisdell was re-elected selectman in the Winchester town election on March 1. He was probably made chairman of the board.
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566,567
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1911
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Nathaniel G. Bitrleigh
The sympathy of the class is extended to Carl Waterbury in the death of his wife on February 22nd. Mrs. Waterbury's illness which followed a grip attack of last spring, was a virulent gland infection, which despite her strong
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1912
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Alvaro M. Garcia
It is impossible to write of 1912 men without thinking of Dinnie. The last news received was during February when he wrote that he had made a connection with the Commonwealth Press of Worcester and had intended going there.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Sid Akerstrom, Lieut. Comd. (D.C.), is now on the U. S. S. Wright, care of Postmaster, New York city, with a home address of 616 23d St., N. W., Washington, D. C. He recently wrote from Charleston, S. C.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1914
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Herbert S. Austin
Our class bulletin of February 25 has resulted in a series of gratifying letters, which we trust will be continued. They all express the feeling which we all have that Bill Slater should be given a rising vote of thanks for his
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1915
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W. Dale Barker
The latter part of February and the first of March seem to be devoid of anything of interest. There is no news; everyone you meet immediately starts telling a tale of woe, of family sickness and the like; the coal bin is a mere
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1916
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H. Clifford Bean
The vanguard is already on the move and headed for Hanover. "Ed" Riley sailed from England about the middle of March for a three months' vacation that will terminate shortly after June 26, at Lake Morey.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1917
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Ralph Sanborn
There are many who labor under the illusion that this is the funny column of the MAGAZINE, and stout as we may be in the denial of that fact, the first item of news this month won't do much to help the situation.
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1920
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Richard M. Pearson
For the benefit of the 1920 readers of these columns (and may their tribe increase) it seems best to make public the sad news that "Twenty," the class paper, has subsided into a state of coma. The class treasury has barely
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1923
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Louis Lewinsohn
The "Thrifty Third" is still scheduled for this June. If you get the urge, and why not, please drop us a card announcing your attendance. Matters will thus be simplified, and everything else doesn't matter. One more entreaty
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Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE CLASSES
CLASS OF 1925
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Douglas Archibald
Lee Jamison has been appointed a vice-consul, and has been holding down that distinguished post for some time at the same place he started in being a diplomat—Cologne, Germany.
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Display Ads
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Western Electric
Western Electric
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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Jordan Marsh Company
Jordan Marsh Company
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Small Ads
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The Dartmouth Bookstore
The Dartmouth Bookstore
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BERRY-WALES CO.
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DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
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NATLUXENBERGBRO CLOTHES
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KISKI
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CAMPION'S
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A Loyal Dartmouth Man
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THE DARTMOUTH PRESS
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Man and His Fellows
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