Issue: 19280801

Wednesday, August 1, 1928
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Articles
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Masthead
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The Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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IN THIS ISSUE:
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Editorial Comment
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The Closing Year
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789,790,791,792,793,794,795,796,797,798
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THE UNOFFICIAL AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE
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Robert Davis '03
The best known man and the least known personality upon the roster of Dartmouth's eminent alumni is Edward Tuck. He is legendary. Whenever we think of the College he stands in the penumbra of our thought, side by side with
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799,800,801,802
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COMMENCEMENT 1928
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Lloyd K. Neidlinger '23
Hanover's best show, that ten ring circus and clrama billed as The 159 th Commencement and Reunion had a most successful run before an appreciative gathering of alumni, parents, and friends. One emerges from the
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803,804
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ATMOSPHERE
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Elmore P. Haskins
Once upon a time an alumnus conceived the idea of adding to the curriculum of his college a new department called "Atmosphere," a pervading influence, and endowing it with a chair or chairs, one a rocker, for giving
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THE CLEMENT GREENHOUSE
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Charles J. Lyon
Assistant Professor of Biology
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808,809,810,811
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COLLEGE NEWS
JUNE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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A meeting of the Trustees of Dartmouth College was held at their room in the Parkhurst Administration Building in Hanover, New Hampshire, June 16, 1928.
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811,812,813,814,815,816
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COLLEGE NEWS
MEETING OF ALUMNI COUNCIL
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The Alumni Council met for its June meeting in Hanover on Friday, June IS, the following members being present: New England States—Maurice S. Sherman '94, Guy C. Richards '96, Victor M. Cutter 'O3. Middle and Southern
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816,817
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COLLEGE NEWS
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETS
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The annual meeting of the Association of Alumni of Dartmouth College was called to order in Room 103, Dartmouth Hall, at two o'clock. The president of the Association, Joseph W. Bartlett '9B, was in the chair. After prayer had
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817,818,819
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COLLEGE NEWS
THIRTEEN HONORARY DEGREES AWARDED AT COMMENCEMENT
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During the Commencement exercises m Webster Hall thirteen honorary degrees were awarded to men eminent in many fields. The recipients of the degrees were presented by Professor Gordon Ferrie Hull and the degree conferred by
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819,820
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COLLEGE NEWS
GIFTS AND BEQUESTS ANNOUNCED BY PRESIDENT
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Announcement of the gifts and bequests of $l,OOO and over made to the College during the past year was made by President Hopkins at the Alumni Luncheon June 19. Those actually received amount to approximately $1,300,000 and
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820,821
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COLLEGE NEWS
POW WOW PLANS
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Fully half the membership of the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Chicago are engaged this summer in activities of preparation for the Second Annual Dartmouth Pow Wow, to be held in the city by the lake on November
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822,823
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COLLEGE NEWS
BAKER LIBRARY DEDICATED JUNE 16
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The new Baker Memorial Library erected by the $1,000,000 gift of George F. Baker was dedicated as a part of the Class Day exercises, June 16. President Hopkins presided at the speakers' stand erected directly in front of the
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823,824
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT HOPKINS VALEDICTORY TO CLASS OF 1928
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The valedictory address to the graduating class was given by President Hopkins at the Baccalaureate exercises June 17:
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824,825
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COLLEGE NEWS
$1,500,000 PROMISED FOR HONORS COURSES
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Speaking before the Dartmouth Alumni Council in opening the five-day program of the 159 th Commencement of Dartmouth College, President Ernest Martin Hopkins announced June 15 that the College had just received the promise of
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825
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COLLEGE NEWS
CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM IN FULL SWING
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Construction work on the $2,000,000 building program of Dartmouth College for next year was started immediately following Commencement. The- Carpenter Fine Arts Building to be erected at the northwest corner of the library
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825,826
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COLLEGE NEWS
CAPT. HARRY LYON SOUTHERN CROSS FLIER
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The Manchester Union of June 6 carried an article on the navigator of the Southern Cross, Capt. Harry Lyon, a member of the class of 1908. As a captain in the U. S. Navy Lyon became navigator of the monoplane in its transpacific
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRIZE AWARDS ANNOUNCED FOR 1927-28
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The prizes awarded for the year 1928-29 as announced by Dartmouth College are: Barge Gold Medal— Original Orations-Seniors, Darrell Gordon Graham Class of 1866—Original Orations—Juniors, Sophomores, Henry Irving Kohn, 1930
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826
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COLLEGE NEWS
JOHN AULIS DIES
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John W. Aulis, who has been manager of Freshman Commons for the past twenty-five years, died suddenly May 29 as a result of a cerebral hemhorrage. Mrs. Aulis died about two' weeks previous.
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826,827
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COLLEGE NEWS
CLASS OF 1878 WINS '94 CUP
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The contest for the cup conferred by the Class of 1894 as an annual trophy to the class having present at its reunion the largest proportion of its living graduates was won at the recent Commencement by the semi-centennial
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827
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COLLEGE NEWS
PRESIDENT HOPKINS RECEIVES HONORARY HARVARD DEGREE
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At the recent Commencement at Harvard University President Hopkins received the degree of Doctor of Laws. In bestowing the degree President Lowell used the following characterization:
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COLLEGE NEWS
JOHN SCALES, SECRETARY OF 1863 DIES
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Shortly before this issue went to press word was received of the death of John Scales 63 on July 6. Mr. Scales was the secretary of his class and the second oldest alumnus of the College at the time of his death. He was born in
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COLLEGE NEWS
VALUABLE BOOKPLATES GIVEN TO COLLEGE
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The Dartmouth College Library has received from a donor who prefers to remain anonymous for the present, the Frederick J. Libbie collection of bookplates. This collection consists of from fourteen to fifteen thousand plates
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827,828
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COLLEGE NEWS
THE INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI HOTELS
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This issue sees the inauguration in the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE of a plan which is now sponsored by the alumni organizations of ninety-three colleges working with the managements of forty hotels for the realization of the
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828,829,830
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COLLEGE NEWS
SOME NEWSPAPER COMMENTS
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Dartmouth College has been the subject of recent newspaper and magazine comment with particular reference to its outdoor opportunities. A few of these are quoted below:
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COLLEGE NEWS
CHANGING EMPHASIS IN COLLEGE WORK
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A statistical survey of elections in the various courses at five year intervals since 1916 has recently been compiled to determine whether the emphasis on elections in the various departments was changing during this period
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831
Article
COLLEGE NEWS
EDWARD TUCK BENEFACTOR AGAIN
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The Association for an American House in the Cite Universitaire announces the receipt of a gift of $5,000 for its building fund from Mr. Edward Tuck. This subscription will be used to furnish two rooms in the American House and
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832
Article
COLLEGE NEWS
ALPHA SIGMA PHI WINS IN SCHOLARSHIP RATING
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The Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity again carried off first place honors in the fraternity scholastic ratings for the present college year with an average of 3.031. This average is well ahead of the second-best rating of 2.78S made
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833
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COLLEGE NEWS
1928 ALUMNI FUND GOAL OVERSUBSCRIBED
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The 1928 Dartmouth Alumni Fund campaign has ended successfully and the goal of $115,000 has been substantially exceeded. The final figure for the total of subscriptions in the drive just closed is $120,417.44. Thirty classes have
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834,835
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COLLEGE NEWS
REPORT OF THE ALUMNI FUND
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The Bells at the foot of the Library Tower
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
ALUMNI PUBLICATIONS
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The issue of Unity for June 18th contains the first installment of a play by Henry Bailey Stevens '12 entitled "Tolstoy—A Play in Seven Scenes."
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Books
PUBLICATIONS
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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The May number of Intercollegiate Olympic Journal contains an article "Olympic Games, Athens, Greece, 1906" by Prof. Harry Hillman. Professors L. B. Richardson and A. J. Scarlett are the authors of "A Laboratory Manual of
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836,837,838,839
Books
PUBLICATIONS
GREEK THOUGHT IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.
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Charles D. Adams
George Holley Gilbert '78. New York, Macmillan, 1928. Pp. 216. When the Class of '78 received their diplomas in the College Meetinghouse fifty years ago, their outstanding scholar was George Holley Gilbert. When they returned
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839,840
Books
PUBLICATIONS
THE PAGEANT OF AMERICA
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W. R. Waterman
Volume IV THE MARCH OF COMMERCE. By Professor Malcolm Keir. (Yale University Press, New Haven, 1927, Pp. 361.) In view of the increasing interest in American social and economic, as well as political, history, it was
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841,842
Sports
ATHLETICS
BASEBALL
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Dartmouth o—Vermont0—Vermont 7
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842
Sports
ATHLETICS
TRACK
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I. C. A. A. A. A. Meet
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842
Sports
ATHLETICS
WALSH ELECTED BASEBALL CAPTAIN
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Robert M. Walsh '3O of Woburn, Massachusetts, shortstop on this year's baseball team, has been elected captain of the team for next year. Walsh has been a brilliant infielder all season and has hit for more than .300. He is a
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842,843
Sports
ATHLETICS
INSIGNIA AWARDS MADE BY COUNCIL
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The Athletic Council has announced its awards to members of the varsity track, golf, and tennis teams, as well as to the freshman baseball, track, and tennis teams.
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843
Sports
ATHLETICS
FRESHMAN TRACK
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Dartmouth 68—Andover 58
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843
Sports
ATHLETICS
DEMOCRACY IN SPORT
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The following editorial from the July 14 issue of the "Saturday Evening Post" comments favorably upon the recent action of the Dartmouth Athletic Council in abolishing major and minor sport distinction:
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Sports
ATHLETICS
SUMMARY OF ATHLETIC SCORES
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Season 1927-1928
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849
Article
THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
Milliken Gets Barrett Cup
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L. C. Milliken '28, of Melrose, Mass., was awarded the Barrett gold medal, the gift of John Barrett '89, and will have his name engraved on the All-Round Achievement Cup which remains in the possession of the College. Milliken
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849
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
Two Seniors Awarded Foreign Scholarships
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R. G. Wallis '28 has been awarded one of the two nation-wide scholarships to study at the University of Krakow in Poland. Each May two fellowships are given to American students on the Kosciuszko Foundation, bearing $l2OO each
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849,850
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THE UNDERGRADUATE CHAIR
The Seniors Confess
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The annual ballot in which the seniors tell the world their favorites in all lines should not be taken too seriously; the seniors themselves are rather careless about how they mark their ballots. But this annual news-creating
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851,852,853,854,855,856,857,858,859,860
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
REUNIONS
Class of 1873
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S. W. ADRIANCE,
The reunion of the class of 1873 in celebration of the fifty-fifth anniversary of graduation was an unexpected and marked success. So many have died during the last few years that at first it was questionable whether it would
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861,862
Class Notes
REUNIONS
Class of 1893
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H. C. PEARSON,
In at least one respect the 35-year reunion of the class of 1893 was the most successful the class has held; there being present more wives, sons, and daughters than at any previous reunion. The good looks, good manners, and
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862
Class Notes
REUNIONS
Class of 1903
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JOHN CROWELL,
The twenty-fifth reunion of the class of 1903 was held in Hanover, June 15-19, 1928. Fifty-seven men answered the call. About half of these brought wives and children to the party. Massachusetts Hall was again set aside for our
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863,864
Class Notes
REUNIONS
Class of 1913
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WARDE WILKINS,
Thirteen's fifteenth is now but a memorybut from all accounts one filled with the happiest of recollections." Thirteen's proverbial good weather ushered in Friday as "bright and fair" and it continued through Tuesday in
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864,865,866,867
Class Notes
REUNIONS
Class of 1918
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Our foremost impressionist, Syl Morey, has favored us with a somewhat accurate account of Hanover Happenings at the Tireless Tenth as he saw or thought he saw them. So much took place, however, that we have had to boil down his
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868,869,870
Article
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"RAY DART WINS GOLF CUP"
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"Flashy Chicagoan Upsets Dope and Canters Home an Easy Winner with 115
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870,871
Article
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INTIMATE GLIMPSES OF GREAT MEN IN THEIR OFF MOMENTS AT THE TIRELESS TENTH
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Stan Jones
"Francis Jawn juggling those costumes in the effort to make 'em last . . . Stump Doty trying to see over the vest buttons of normal sized men . . . Mayor Sullivan enduring visitors in his armchair campaign for re-election at
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871,872,873
Article
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MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
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Ben C. Brett
The 130 th anniversary of the first graduation from the Medical School was celebrated at Commencement time with fitting ceremonies.
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874
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1875
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Henry W. Stevens
A local paper recently contained the following item: "Professor Darius Ward, a member of the faculty of the Minnesota State Teachers College, paid his way through senior year in Dartmouth '75 by teaching at Hillsborough, N. H.,
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874
874
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1882
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Luther B. Little
Rev William G. Poor, pastor of the Congregational church in Upton, Mass., was married June 9
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874
874
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1886
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William M. Hatch
Elmer F. Botsford of Plattsburg recently functioned strongly in a Shriners' convention at Montreal, at which the great philanthropic work of the organization in connection with crippled children was emphasized. Mr. Botsford has
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874
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1887
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Emerson Rice
Frank B. Sanborn was accompanied by his wife on a recent business trip to Texas.
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874
874,875
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1889
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Dr. David N. Blakely
The following is taken from the BostonHerald of May 16, 1928.
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875
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1890
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Charles Albert Perkins
Two of the members of the class of 1890 were honored with the degree of LL. D. at Commencement exercises in June,—Senator George Higgins Moses receiving that degree from Dartmouth and Henry Hoyt Hilton receiving it from
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875
875,876
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1893
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Harlan C. Pearson
Within ten days after the recent 35-year reunion of this class two daughters-in-law and one son-in-law were added to its numbers. On the day after Commencement Murray J. Wright, Dartmouth '26, son of Dr. and Mrs. Elam R. Wright
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876
876
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1894
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Henry N. Hurd
Decker Field and Mrs. Field have announced the marriage of their daughter Jean to Mr. Samuel Shone Faires, June 23, 1928, at Omaha.
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876
876
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1895
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Arthur G. Bugbee
John Gault was recently elected president of the Kiwanis Club in Manchester, N. H.
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876
876
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1897
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Morton C. Tuttle
The Boston Herald of June 14 gives the following news item about our classmate William D. McFee:
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877
877,878,879
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1899
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Louis P. Benezet
The Secretary not long ago was in the midst of a group of Dartmouth men, who were fanning over old athletic contests. Unusual plays in both football and baseball were being discussed. The cracking three-base hits of Crolius,
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879
879
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1900
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Natt W. Emerson
Mrs. Anna E. Ham has just been elected Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star of Massachusetts. As no doubt most of the class know, Guy and Mrs. Ham were very prominent in Masonic and Eastern Star work.
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879
879
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1901
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Everett M. Stevens
Jack Andrews Jr. has been working for the New England Telephone Company, and is now assistant manager of the Worcester, Mass., exchange.
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880
880
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1902
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Prof. George W. Blderkin
Elk Corse spent a delightful winter in California in the vicinity of Santa Monica. He had the good fortune to have a little reunion with "Henniker" Sanborn and Fred Bradley at the annual dinner of the Los Angeles Association,
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880
880
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1903
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John Crowell
A daughter was born in Montpelier, Vt., May 15, to Mr. and Mrs. George A. Reed.
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880
880,881
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1905
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Frederick Chase
Edmund E. Day has resigned his position as dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of Michigan, and has accepted an appointment with the Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial as director of a newly
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881
881
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1906
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Prof. Francis L. Childs
Although this was not a reunion year for 1906, an unexpectedly large number of the class were in Hanover for a part or all of the exercises of Commencement week. No official list was kept, but the following were among those
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881
881,882
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1907
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Charles P. Woodworth
Through Harry Haley's membership to the Dartmouth Club of New York, he received a write-up in the June Bulletin as follows: "Harry Haley 'O7, all the way from Hooksett, N. H., reports the mill business isn't what it used to be
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882
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1910
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Arthur P. Allen
Eastey expects soon to move to Minneapolis. They have recently consolidated his concern, William O. Goodrich Company, with the Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, and expect the offices will be located at Minneapolis.
4719181_19280801_000073.xml
article
882
882,883,884
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1911
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Prof. Nathaniel G. Burleigh
Of course, the Commencement period could not come and go without a generous sprinkling of Nineteen-Eleveners being around to see that things were properly conducted. George Morris and Warren Agry were here for their last meeting
4719181_19280801_000074.xml
article
884
884
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1913
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Warde Wilkins
Leon G. Bigelow is president of the Quality Park Envelope Company, president of the Minnesota Specialty Company, and secretary of the Quality Park Box Company. These three facts are one of the reasons he was unable to go to
4719181_19280801_000075.xml
article
884
884,885,886
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1915
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W. Dale Barker
These notes may be read under most any kind of unfavorable conditions, but it is well to record the fact that they were written in typical Cape Cod environment,—-blazing sunlight, cooled by a refreshing southerly breeze fresh
4719181_19280801_000076.xml
article
886
886
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1916
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Jesse K. Fenno
Judith Barbara Eskeline—8 lbs. 14 oz.—arrived at Sacramento, Cal., on May 6, the same day that Joan—B lbs—sister of Bobby, Kathleen, and John English, came along here on this side of the continent. A later note gives Eskie's
4719181_19280801_000077.xml
article
886
886,887
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1917
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John W. White
Hunk Stillman received a few good newsy letters from some of the far flung 17ers in connection with the Alumni Fund campaign. We take the liberty of quoting from them.
4719181_19280801_000078.xml
article
887
887,888
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1919
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James Corliss Davis
Several years ago we promised Phil Bird some help with these notes. Month after month we have put it off until next issue; finally we have decided to come through before we have to face him at our Tenth.
4719181_19280801_000079.xml
article
888
888
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1920
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Richard M. Pearson
The sensational exploits of Gus Sonnenberg, everything but world's champion heavy weight wrestler, continue to absorb the attention of sports enthusiasts throughout New England. At last accounts Gus was on the mend in a Boston
4719181_19280801_000080.xml
article
888
888,889,890
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1921
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[no value]
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Herrick Brown
Ellis Briggs, back in the United States on a vacation after two years at the American Consulate at Lima, Peru, joined the steadily increasing ranks of '21's married men on Saturday, May 26, when he married Miss Lucy Barnard,
4719181_19280801_000081.xml
article
890
890,891
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1922
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Francis H. Horan
Gaylord W. Anderson
Miss Elizabeth Chapman Brown and Johnny Johnson were married on June 2 at Springfield, Mass. They are to live at IS Walnut St., Framingham, Mass., in which city Johnny works for the Dennison Manufacturing Company. They have the
4719181_19280801_000082.xml
article
891
891,892,894
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1923
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Truman T. Metzel
The new name at the head of this blurb (not the stuff coming out of the megaphone, that will be explained later) came about during the class meeting at the Nugget during the Boisterous Fifth, at which Pudge Neidlinger was elected
4719181_19280801_000083.xml
article
894
894,896
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1924
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J. Shirley Austin
Fred Shaneman sends word that he is with the Great Western Electro-Chemical Company, 9 Main St., San Francisco, Cal. Ed Sullivan, at law school, can be found at 10 Mellon St., Cambridge, Mass.
4719181_19280801_000084.xml
article
896
896,898,900
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1925
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Douglas Archibald
Some fifty of the class returned to Hanover for the Third Reunion. It was an excellent party and the committee is to be thanked and congratulated. Everyone had a good time and the reunion was free from all cares except the
4719181_19280801_000085.xml
article
900
900
Class Notes
NEWS FROM THE ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES
Class of 1927
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Doane Arnold
We are very glad to have 1927 back in the scoring columns again, and wish to apologize for our laxness in not having our reports in every issue. As a matter of fact we have been traveling considerably of late, and a good many of
4719181_19280801_000086.xml
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893
893
Display Ads
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Western Electric
Western Electric
[no value]
[no value]
4719181_19280801_000087.xml
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895
895
Display Ads
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INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI EXTENSION SERVICE, INC.
INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI EXTENSION SERVICE, INC.
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4719181_19280801_000088.xml
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897
897
Display Ads
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[no value]
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Gannett, Seelye & Fleming, Inc.
Gannett, Seelye & Fleming, Inc.
[no value]
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4719181_19280801_000089.xml
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897
897
Small Ads
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PENSIONS
PENSIONS
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4719181_19280801_000090.xml
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897
897
Small Ads
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NAT LUXENBERG & BRO CLOTHES
NAT LUXENBERG & BRO CLOTHES
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4719181_19280801_000091.xml
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899
899
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CAMPION'S
CAMPION'S
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4719181_19280801_000092.xml
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899
899
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Dartmouth College Reprints
Dartmouth College Reprints
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4719181_19280801_000093.xml
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899
899
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BRONZE MEMORIAL TABLETS
BRONZE MEMORIAL TABLETS
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4719181_19280801_000094.xml
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899
899
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THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE HANOVER, N. H.
THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE HANOVER, N. H.
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4719181_19280801_000095.xml